Ittiam in the News
I have just returned from a fortnight spent hopping around Asia in support of a series of ARM hosted events we call the Multimedia Seminars,
Ittiam’s power-efficient VP9 and H.265 decoders optimized for ARM Mali™ and ARM® Cortex®-A processors showcased by ARM, Samsung System LSI and other partners at CES 2014
Bangalore: On 20th June, Ittiam had invited a group of eminent online bloggers and respected, well-followed technology evangelists to showcase the power of the new and emerging video compression standard
Being Mobile World Congress, quite a few software vendors found themselves tucked into corners of bigger booths, eager and willing to showcase their latest work.
Srini Rajam, who was MD of Texas Instruments India, left the semiconductor company in 2001 and establishedIttiam Systems. Ittiam developed a video-on-demand technology that is totally used by 80 percent of the aircraft in the world for their in-flight entertainment.
August 2008, Northwich, England. Kane Computing Ltd (KCL) announced the signing of an agreement with Ittiam Systems as their Value Added Reseller for the UK and Ireland, to sell their range of DSP / ARM based audio-video-image-speech codecs, multimedia system framework and application solutions.
BANGALORE, India — Ittiam Systems, a DSP systems and services company based here, has announced a complete solution for IP video phones enabling full duplex audio and video communications over broadband networking, including wireless LANs.
BANGALORE, India — Ittiam Systems, the DSP and services startup based here, on Thursday (June 17) announced the availability of its 802.11g-compliant wireless LAN physical layer.
Srini Rajam explains why the tiny software company he founded just four months ago — as tech stock prices were crashing — is now valued at $75 million.
SPOTLIGHT / Ittiam Chairman Srini Rajam, in an interface, dwells on the Booleans that goes behind floating a successful technology/product- driven company in India and the business metrics driving this trend.
“Nurture Dreams, but at the same time also have the right people with you and be systematic in your approach” says Srini Rajam, chairman and CEO, Ittiam Systems, in a conversation with Srikala B
Ittiam Systems Private Limited, a DSP systems company founded by Srini Rajam the former managing director of Texas Instruments India, today launched its operations.
ITTIAM Systems, the brainchild of Mr Srini Rajam, former Managing Director, Texas Instruments India, launched operations on Wednesday. Headquartered in Bangalore, the company expects to grow to 200 people from 40 in a year.
Ittiam Systems Private Limited, digital signal processing software provider has received seed funding of dollar 5 million form Global Technology Ventures.
Ittiam Systems, the Bangalore-based digital signal processing (DSP) systems company announced commencement of its operations here on Wednesday. The company has got $5 million seed capital from Global Technology Vecture.
ITTIAM Systems Pvt. Floated by Srini Rajan former managing director Texas Instruments India, will be going for another round of funding in the next 6 to 12 months.
Ittiam Systems Pvt. Ltd. today launched its operations. Headquartered in Bangalore, the venture is already represented in the U.S. and the U.K. Ittiam is the brainchild of Mr. Srini Rajam, who headed Texas Instruments India till last year.
‘Cogito Ergo Sum’ or `I think therefore I am’, the famous words of philosopher Rene Descartes has found its way into the Information Technology (IT) world.
Seven senior executives of Texas Instruments (TI) India, including its former managing director Srini Rajam, on Wednesday announced the launch of their new company, Ittiam Systems Private Limited.
THE MARKET for companies that are building software and services on digital signal process is mammoth. Market research agencies estimate this space to be worth around $10 billion this year and growing at 50 per cent annually.
The new venture started by Srini Rajam, who till yesterday was the managing director of Texas Instruments India, is taking concrete shape.