Boston, MA 10/24/2013 (wallstreetpr) – The leading microcontroller manufacturer Atmel Corporation (NASDAQ:ATML) has announced a new line of touch screen capability for the new Windows 8.1 systems. This is a superior maXTouch controller that consumers would be excited to have. This newly launched controller has been designed into Windows 8.1 touch-enabled systems. And as the market gets more into the Windows 8.1 platform, the maXTouch T Series expects to evolve into a market leader in touch-enabled controllers.
ATML enjoys a podium position in the Windows 8 certification. Basically its maXTouch controllers feature in Ultrabooks, notebooks and tablets on Win 8 and Win 8.1 platforms.
ATML has some of the best-in-class maXTouch T Series devices such as the 1664T and 2952T which are billed to feature noise immunity capabilities, glove support, and moisture immunity and offer high-end performance for screen sizes in the range of 8.9-inch and 15.6-inch. And these are single chip solutions which include active and passive stylus.
That ATML is poised for leveraged revenue in its new exploit can be seen in the ongoing shipping of the maXTouch T Series in Windows 8.1 products such as Surface 2 Pro, ASUS T100, Microsoft Surface 2 and Samsung ATIV Tab 3. This controller provides ultra low power consumer capability that exceeds all the eco-engineering specs.
In collaboration with Microsoft, ATML is looking forward to improved business as the touchscreen capabilities continue to draw market traction. Then with maXTouch high-end controller solution, the company is thrilled of its creation that meets the stringent testing that Windows 8.1 is required to meet. ATML’s mandarins expect that partnering with Microsoft will also bring superior experience to the global consumers thirsting for the high-end touchscreen solutions.
As a global player, ATML is billed as the leader in design and manufacture of microcontrollers. It thus provides the electronic industry with just what they require to produce high-end products for the industrial, communication, computing, automotive and consumer markets. ATML closed down $6.77 on Wednesday, October 23. It has $2.91 billion in market value.