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Amlogic (sometimes spelled AMLogic) is an American technology company that was founded in the US as Amlogic Inc.[2] and is predominantly focused on designing and selling SoC (System on Chip) integrated circuits.[2] Like most fabless companies in the industry, the company outsources the actual manufacturing of its chips to third-party independent chip manufacturers such as TSMC. Its main target applications as of 2014 are entertainment devices such as Android-based TV and IPTV/OTT set-top boxes, media dongles, smart TVs and tablets.[1][2] It has offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Santa Clara, California.[3]

The company was founded in 1995 in Silicon Valley.[2] It developed Video CD player chips and later chips for DVD players and other applications involving MPEG2 decoding.[4] Amlogic was involved in the creation of the HVD (High-Definition Versatile Disc) standard promoted in China as an alternative to DVD video disks used in DVD players.[5] The company was a player in the developing Chinese tablet processor market since 2010-2013.[6][7]

Rockchip (Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd.) is a Chinese fabless semiconductor company based in Fuzhou, Fujian province. It designs SoCs using licensed SIP cores from other companies. Due to its evolution from the MP3/MP4 player market, most Rockchip SoCs feature advanced media decoding logic but lack integrated cellular radio basebands.[citation needed]

Rockchip is a leading supplier of SoC solutions to Chinese white-box tablet manufacturers[4][5][6] as well as supplying OEMs such as Asus,[7][8] HP[9] and Toshiba.[10][11]

Rockchip is an ARM licensee and uses the ARM architecture for the majority of its projects.[12]

However, on 27 May 2014 Intel announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Rockchip to accelerate the adoption of the Intel architecture and Intel’s communication-based solutions for a range of entry-level tablets targeted at the worldwide market.[3]

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Amlogic (sometimes spelled AMLogic) is an American technology company that was founded in the US as Amlogic Inc.[2] and is predominantly focused on designing and selling SoC (System on Chip) integrated circuits.[2] Like most fabless companies in the industry, the company outsources the actual manufacturing of its chips to third-party independent chip manufacturers such as TSMC. Its main target applications as of 2014 are entertainment devices such as Android-based TV and IPTV/OTT set-top boxes, media dongles, smart TVs and tablets.[1][2] It has offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Santa Clara, California.[3]

The company was founded in 1995 in Silicon Valley.[2] It developed Video CD player chips and later chips for DVD players and other applications involving MPEG2 decoding.[4] Amlogic was involved in the creation of the HVD (High-Definition Versatile Disc) standard promoted in China as an alternative to DVD video disks used in DVD players.[5] The company was a player in the developing Chinese tablet processor market since 2010-2013.[6][7]

Rockchip (Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd.) is a Chinese fabless semiconductor company based in Fuzhou, Fujian province. It designs SoCs using licensed SIP cores from other companies. Due to its evolution from the MP3/MP4 player market, most Rockchip SoCs feature advanced media decoding logic but lack integrated cellular radio basebands.[citation needed]

Rockchip is a leading supplier of SoC solutions to Chinese white-box tablet manufacturers[4][5][6] as well as supplying OEMs such as Asus,[7][8] HP[9] and Toshiba.[10][11]

Rockchip is an ARM licensee and uses the ARM architecture for the majority of its projects.[12]

However, on 27 May 2014 Intel announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Rockchip to accelerate the adoption of the Intel architecture and Intel’s communication-based solutions for a range of entry-level tablets targeted at the worldwide market.[3]