Dialog Semiconductor creates energy-efficient, highly integrated, mixed-signal integrated circuits. These are optimized for personal mobile and automotive applications. As a longtime partner of E Ink, the company provides flexible and dynamic support, world-class innovation, and the assurance of dealing with an established business partner. Dialog Semiconductor produces a family of fully optimized segment driver ICs designed to meet the requirements of segmented E Ink electronic paper displays.
For over a decade, Epson and E Ink have been partners in both R&D and business. In recent times, the two companies have made considerable advances as they have worked closely together to develop innovative e-paper controller products that have been widely adopted in many e-book applications. The partnership is contributing to the rapid growth of the e-paper industry, and going forward both companies are firmly committed to creating advanced e-paper solutions.
Freescale is the industry’s top provider of processors for the fast growing eReader market. Freescale’s i.MX processor, sensor and power management technologies deliver outstanding processing performance, energy efficiency and cost effectiveness to the world’s top eReader OEMs. Freescale and E Ink Corporation have developed a system-on-a-chip (SoC) solution that integrates Freescale’s i.MX processor with E Ink’s display controller technology.
Marvell is one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies and designs and sells more than one billion chips per year used in a spectrum of familiar and best-selling products – from the world’s more popular smartphones, to eReaders, laptops, and tablet computers. Through its partnership with E Ink, Marvell today ships a highly integrated eReader processor available in complete turnkey platforms aimed at the fast-growing eReader market. Marvell’s ARMADA 166E application processor is the industry's first SoC with an integrated e-paper display (EPD) controller, adding a new dimension of display performance and system cost reduction compared to competitive offerings. With a complete platform offering including the ARMADA application processor, combination Wi-Fi/Bluetooth system-on-a-chip (SoC), power management, 3G modem technology and a robust pre-integrated SW environment, Marvell provides the most complete solution for eReaders on the market today.
Maxim Integrated Products and E Ink have engaged in a partnership, joining the revolutionary display technology of E Ink with the extensive experience of Maxim in designing and manufacturing high performance analog and power products. Maxim develops power management solutions that meet the needs of present and future E Ink panels, and reduce the solution cost by integrating analog and digital functions onto a single IC.
Texas Instruments is a global analog and digital semiconductor IC design and manufacturing company. In addition to analog technologies, digital signal processing and microcontroller semiconductors, TI designs and manufactures semiconductor solutions for analog and digital embedded and application processing. TI and E Ink have worked closely to develop solutions for the rapidly growing eReader and electronic paper markets with TI’s new OMAP3621 applications processor and the new TPS6518x electronic paper display power management IC the top power management solution for E Ink electronic paper displays.