Roundup: Broadcom Makes an Impression at CES 2013

As we wind down from the excitement and sensory overload of last week’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, members of the tech press keep talking about Broadcom’s technologies that were showcased at CES.  Among the miles of exhibits on the show floor and the sight of perhaps millions of gadgets to gawk at, Broadcom’s innovations rose above the din and garnered some buzz from the reporters and bloggers who covered the annual mega-event.

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Included among the Broadcom standouts were our mobile and set-top box products announcements, particularly our system-on-a-chip technology that’s helping operators deploy content for the much-hyped Ultra HD televisions that were all the rage at the show. Ganesh T S from AnandTech called the unveiling of the BCM7445 “undoubtedly the most exciting news to come out of the Broadcom camp for CES 2013.”

Below is a sampling of from around the web of what the tech media had to say about Broadcom’s announcements at the show.

Ultra HD TV

“When 4K TV, now known by the more buzzy Ultra HD moniker, finally makes its way to living rooms stateside, there’s a good chance it’ll arrive on the back of Broadcom’s tech.” — Joseph Volpe, Engadget, “Broadcom’s new ARM-based chip boosts Ultra HD TV into living rooms of the future.”

Mobile

“Broadcom is generally known for its wireless technology prowess, but don’t be surprised to see the company be the chip that puts the smarts in your smartphone or tablet.” — Kevin C. Tofel, Giga Om,“Why Broadcom wants to be the smarts in your next smartphone.”

TV Set-Top Boxes

“The new Broadcom 7125 chipset under the hood enables full Sling capability, with all the benefits of DVR integration, letting you view live TV from any of your subscribed channels.” — Zach Honig, Engadget,“Dish launches Hopper with sling, a commercial jumping DVR that boosts live and saved content to the web.”

Multimedia coverage was plentiful this year, with some video crews on-hand to capture product demos at Broadcom’s booth.

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