Chrontel designs specialized semiconductors used in visual interfaces of electronic devices, such as notebook computers, smartphones, and high-definition television sets. The increasing popularity of HDTV equipment and DVD players is helping drive demand for Chrontel’s encoders and transmitters. The company’s innovations include the world’s first VGA-to-TV encoder. Chrontel’s video display chips are incorporated into reference designs offered by many microprocessor and graphics processor vendors.
Chrontel, Inc. designs, develops, and markets mixed-signal integrated circuits for the PC, display, automobile, and consumer markets worldwide. It offers video interface integrated circuits, display interface integrated circuits, software solutions, input interfaces, output interfaces, and audio interfaces. The company offers solutions for personal computer, portable media player, and smartphone applications. It sells its products through a network of sales representatives in North America, Asia, and Europe. The company was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in San Jose, California with offices in Taipei, Taiwan; Wuhan, Shenzhen, and Shanghai, China; and Hamilton, Bermuda.