This excerpt taken from the LDIS 8-K filed Jul 28, 2009.
Q2 2009 Highlights
Leadis divested of its Touch sensor product assets for $6.25 million. Leadis is now focused solely on the design, development and marketing of LED drivers and
Leadis achieved 5 new LED driver design wins in the quarter.
Leadis announced availability of new LED products in three new product families: its LDS8161 and LDS8141 for mobile backlight applications; its LDS8680/81 and
LDS8640/41 Flash LED drivers for camera-enabled handsets and digital still cameras; and its LDS9001 and LDS9003 LED controllers for high-power lighting applications.
This excerpt taken from the LDIS 8-K filed Apr 30, 2009.
Q1 2009 Highlights
As part of its restructuring effort to reduce operating expenses and focus the company on capacitive Touch sensors and LED drivers, Leadis made several strategic
divestitures during the quarter: 1) its display driver product assets were sold for $3.5 million plus $0.5 million of assumed liabilities, 2) assets related to a development-stage power management product were sold for $2.3 million, and 3) its audio
product assets were sold for $1.45 million.
Leadis achieved 16 new product design wins in the quarter, including 4 capacitive Touch design wins and 12 LED driver design wins.
Leadis announced availability of its proprietary LED-Sense Temperature Sensing and Compensation Engine for licensing to third parties. This IP had been
available only in the companys previously announced LDS8160 RGB and white LED driver.
Leadis introduced the LDS8710 family of innovative inductor-based, high-efficiency LED drivers, with the launch of its 40V integrated synchronous rectifier.