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RealMagic

One of the first MPEG playback boards for PCs from Sigma Designs, Inc., Milpitas, CA (www.sigmadesigns.com). RealMagic's video streaming technology is widely used in consumer electronic applications and supports advanced codecs such as H.264 and VC-1. Originally called ReelMagic, it also defined a programming interface that was the basis for OM1, now a de facto standard for interactive games.
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This new set-top box platform delivers streaming media applications, which are enabled by the Sigma's REALmagic Video Streaming Technology, comprising advanced Video-On-Demand software and MPEG decoder silicon.
REALmagic and Sigma Designs are registered trademarks or Sigma Designs.
In addition, revenues for the fiscal year may vary materially due to a number of factors including, but not limited to, general economic conditions, economic conditions specific to the semiconductor industry, the rate of growth of the set-top box market in general, our ability to deploy and achieve market acceptance for Sigma products in these markets, the ability of our REALmagic MPEG silicon to compete with other technologies in these emerging markets, the risk that such products will not gain widespread acceptance or will be rendered obsolete by product offerings of competitors or by alternative technologies and other risks including delays in the manufacturers' deployment of set-top boxes.