Sigma's STB Design Goes 'Ultra-Thin'

Sigma Designs is poised to energize the set-top-box market by unveiling the industry's most advanced set-top box design

June 20, 2011

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MILPITAS, Calif. -- Sigma Designs, the world leader in connected media platforms, is poised to energize the set-top-box market by unveiling the industry's most advanced set-top box design, enabling an experience only found in devices that are combined with networking gateways. Sigma Designs will supercharge this growing market of set-top-boxes by enabling these products to stream high-definition content from the Web, in 1080p, via networking through the AC power adapter, all in a device so small that it fits behind consumers' TVs.

"Service providers are looking for ways to cut costs while improving the consumer experience," said Thinh Tran, chairman and CEO at Sigma Designs. "With the Sigma ultra-thin, telcos and cable companies can enable users to self-install their set top box for dramatically reduced deployment costs. Just as importantly, this high performance solution delivers more reliable quality of service, a form factor consumers' love and the biggest ecosystem of interoperable home control products to control."

Sigma Designs Inc. (Nasdaq: SIGM)

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