South Korea's JTEL to use Emblaze processors in palm computers

JTEL of South Korea will be using video-to-cell processors made by Israeli company Emblaze (LSE:BLZ) in its handheld computers.

The applications in question are Emblaze's K ER4521 processor, which enables palm computers and other mobile devices to transmit and receive multimedia, without enormous power expenditure.

JTEL makes 60% of the handheld computers sold in South Korea. It also supplies them to SKT, which is South Korea's biggest cellular operator, with 30 million subscribers.

Emblaze is a semiconductors developer that specializes in IC solutions to transmit digital multimedia for the cellular market. Its solutions support a wide range of applications, such as video streaming, recording, messaging, conference calls and monitoring.

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