<<The HDMI Forum expects to release the next version of the HDMI Specification in the second half of this year. The next version, which is focused on meeting immediate market needs, will include increased bandwidth to accommodate higher resolutions as well as address new video timings and other features. In parallel, the HDMI Forum expects to develop a longer-term roadmap that will define the next generation of the HDMI interface.>>
TXCC will be in a strong position going forward from a technology standpoint as the new HDMI standard will focus on increased bandwidth and increased video timings. TXCC has the fastest, most advanced technology in the space. The move toward increased bandwidth plays right into their hands.
Funny how what some people see as a negative, others can see as a positive... I perceived the HDMI forum step as one in the right direction, I didn't equate joining as a negative just because it was an open forum... sorry for not seeing the connection to the negative.
One mans garbage is another mans treasure... you just have to be able to recognize when its time to take the garbage out or when you can let it pile up a little more first...
it is all BS unless I see revenue on the balance sheet. HDMI forum will be guided by Apple such big company not TXCC, a small company that is always failing on revenue! I suspect you are that Board Member Herb Chen??
No, I am not Herb Chen but I'll take that as a compliment.
You might want to stop making silly comments about people who are trying to move the company forward and spend some time investigating what you own (if you actually own any). You may like what you find.