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Intersil Showcases Video Security Leadership at Security Beijing 2012

Demonstrates Latest 960H Video Decoder Technology and SLOC Ecosystem

MILPITAS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- Intersil Corporation (NASDAQ: ISIL), a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance analog, mixed signal and power management semiconductors, today announced it will conduct a variety of live demonstrations featuring products and solutions for the 960H market and SLOC ecosystem at Security Beijing 2012, Hall E1, Booth E28 - E35.

Intersil leads the industry with its pioneering solutions for video security surveillance, and recently unveiled a new family of solutions focused on delivering the best available video quality for the 960H security market. Designed specifically for the 960H standard, this new family of products continues to deliver the same industry-leading quality for existing lower resolution cameras and DVRs.

The new family of 960H products include four and eight channel video decoders, as well as a fully automatic equalization solution specifically tuned to handle 960H signals. These latest additions to Intersil's security product portfolio feature the world's first integrated quad/octal WD1/D1 analog decoder solutions designed specifically for mixed-mode systems plus complete channel-by-channel configurability.

Features and Benefits

  • Integrated 4/8Ch WD1/D1 high quality A/V Decoding
    • Provides pristine analog images from legacy and new 960H cameras
  • Mixed mode camera support and channel by channel camera configurability
    • Enables design and installation flexibility
  • Low signal lock capability and support for extended cable runs
    • Usage of existing, older cable infrastructure

"Intersil Techwell continues to leapfrog with best-in-class 960H video decoder performance and innovative features," said Jiangming Zhu, EVP of Dahua. "We are pleased to work with the best 960H technology to drive mass industry adoption."

"With the nascent 960H market starting to ramp and increased availability of 960H based security cameras and DVRs, there is a rising number of mixed resolution systems that still have legacy cameras installed," said Susan Hardman, Senior Vice President of the Analog & Mixed Signal Products Group at Intersil. "Enterprises are looking for a seamless way to take advantage of the increased resolution of 960H without disrupting existing lower resolution infrastructure. Intersil Techwell enables a seamless solution that bridges the gap and provides a solution with uncompromised video quality regardless of the resolution."

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                                   TW2964     TW2965     TW2968    ISL59960
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Product type                       WD1/D1     WD1/D1     WD1/D1
                                   Video      Video      Video      WD1/D1
                                  Decoder    Decoder    Decoder   Equalizer
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# of Channels                        4          4          8          1
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Mixed 960H/Legacy Support           Yes        Yes        Yes        Yes
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Video DAC                            No        Yes         No        N/A
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Multi-protocol PTZ Support           No         No        Yes        N/A
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Audio Inputs                         5          5          10        N/A
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Equalize Distance up to 1.5km       N/A        N/A        N/A        Yes
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SLOC™ Panel Discussion
Wednesday, December 5th
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Security Beijing 2012, Room E206
Adopter Presenters: Hikvision, Pinetron, YUAN High-Tech

Intersil continues to drive the next-generation of video security with its SLOC ecosystem. Designed to accelerate the global adoption and implementation of hybrid IP-based security systems for the video surveillance market, the SLOC ecosystem supports the need for standardization and solution awareness.

In this session, Intersil will provide a macro overview of SLOC followed by a panel discussion with Pinetron, Hikvision and YUAN High-Tech that highlights their integrated SLOC products.

SLOC Ecosystem
Intersil has officially launched its SLOC website portal http://sloc.intersil.com/, which provides partners the tools and resources to help build and deliver new SLOC-based security surveillance systems. It is a central website for everything SLOC related, providing multiple benefits:

  • Faster time to market with complete technical resources for customers
  • Single website location where customers can easily find the most current SLOC documentation
  • New business opportunities with possible joint business opportunities amongst SLOC users

In addition, Intersil has issued a SLOC compliance specification that verifies hybrid video quality standards are met by assuring hardware meets electrical compliance for passing products. Allion Labs, Inc. is now an approved test house to perform SLOC compliance testing. All products branded with the SLOC logo must receive certification.

Pricing and Availability
TW2964, TW2965, TW2968, ISL59960 are available now and shipping high volume to tier 1 customers.

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About Intersil
Intersil Corporation is a leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance analog, mixed-signal and power management semiconductors. The company's products address some of the fastest growing markets within the industrial and infrastructure, personal computing and high-end consumer markets. For more information about Intersil or to find out how to become a member of our winning team, visit our website and career page at www.intersil.com.

Intersil and the Intersil logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intersil Corporation. All other brands, product names and marks are or may be trademarks or registered trademarks used to identify products or services of their respective owners.

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