Hantro will be demonstrating a combined solution of video and 3D graphics technology for mobile devices at the Symbian Smartphone Show

October 10, 2005

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OULU, Finland -- Hantro, a world leader in mobile multimedia technology and Bitboys, a leading provider of 3D and vector graphics IP solutions for wireless ICs, will be demonstrating a combined solution of video and 3D graphics technology for mobile devices at the Symbian Smartphone Show, held at ExCel Centre, London, UK, October 11th and 12th, 2005.

The demonstration, showcased at the Hantro booth (#134), integrates the Bitboys G34 3D graphics processor, running on an ARM FPGA emulation platform, with Hantro’s 4100 MPEG-4 software video decoder. The demonstration application features a rotating 3D object with video displayed on each side. This combination of video and graphics, opens new possibilities for the future of advanced mobile multimedia and user interface design.

"Hantro and Bitboys are focused on delivering solutions for the mobile environment in which CPU resources and power consumption are limiting factors," said Mr. Eero Kaikkonen, President and CEO of Hantro. "This proof of concept demonstration clearly shows the possibilities that combining our respective technologies can deliver."

"The growth in mobile device processing power has been counterbalanced by a continued drive towards smaller, more compact products. At the same time, users demand more exciting, higher-quality visual content from their mobile phones. We expect that low-power high-performance graphics processors, combined with the most advanced video technology, will enable mobile devices to become the ubiquitous entertainment platforms of the future," said Mr. Mikko Saari, CEO, Bitboys.

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