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Sony announces the exmor RS™, the industry's first*1 stacked CMOS image sensor with an image plane phase detection signal processing function for high-speed AF

Sony Corporation (hereafter "Sony") today announces the commercialization of the Exmor RS™ IMX230 for smartphone cameras and other devices requiring increasingly sophisticated image-capture functionality. With 21 effective megapixels, this stacked CMOS imaging sensor features compact size, higher image quality, and improved functionality.


China's SMIC prepare to bid on troubled Korean foundry

A preferred bidder for an electronics unit of the financially troubled Dongbu Group may be selected as early as this week, industry sources said Sunday.


Medical imaging: Endoscope employs custom camera for in-vivo cancer detection

Early cancer detection is often performed by removing tissue from a patient during a biopsy procedure and then examining the cell structure under a microscope. Identifying which tissue to be removed, however, is not an exact science and patients often need to return for a second biopsy. Since this procedure is both painful and expensive, the ability to ensure the correct tissue is removed speeds the diagnostic procedure while reducing patient stress and expense.


GalaxyCore developed TSI technology

GalaxyCore Inc, (“GalaxyCore”, “We” or “our”), largest and most advanced CMOS image sensor IC fabless company in China, announced it successfully developed Through-Silicon-Illumination (“TSI”) technology for image sensor manufacturing on 12-inch wafer based on 90nm (“nanometer”) logic process in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (“TSMC”), and will commence volume production shortly.


e2v launches the new Onyx 2MP full HD image sensor

e2v, the leading imaging solutions provider, has launched the first member of its Onyx family of low-light CMOS image sensor solutions, which are designed for the most demanding outdoor camera applications where illumination budgets are restricted and industrial machine vision applications where high-speed inspection is required.


Sony commercializes the world's highest sensitivity*1 CMOS image sensor for automotive cameras

Sony Corporation (hereafter "Sony") announces the commercialization of the "IMX224MQV" CMOS image sensor for automotive cameras, which boasts the world's highest sensitivity levels*1 of any image sensor of its kind. This sensor is capable of capturing high-resolution color images even in light conditions as low as 0.005 lux, a level equivalent to that of a moonless night and one that is far below illumination levels under a star-filled night sky. The "IMX224MQV" is set*2 to become Sony's first image sensor for automotive cameras to meet the requirements of the "AEC-Q100"*3 electronic component reliability tests.



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