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Pixela Corporation

Pixela Corporation
Type Public
Traded as TYO: 6731
Industry Computer hardware
Computer software
Founded June 21, 1982
Headquarters Osaka, Japan
Key people Hiroshi Fujioka (CEO)
Products ImageMixer
Capty MPEG Edit EX
Revenue 8,623 million yen
Employees 266
Subsidiaries Synthesis, RfStream, Pialex Technologies
Website www.pixela.co.jp/en/

Pixela Corporation is a Japanese manufacturer of PC peripheral hardware and multimedia software. The company is known for its software series, ImageMixer, which is currently bundled with some camcorders. Pixela is also famous for manufacturing 1seg Tuners in Japan. The company was founded June 21, 1982 and employs 266 people. The current CEO is Hiroshi Fujioka. The company headquarters are in Osaka, Japan.

Contents

  • Subsidiaries 1
  • Pixela Online Shop 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Subsidiaries

Pixela owns subsidiaries in Japan and North America, such as Synthesis, Prodia, RfStream, and Pialex Technologies. These subsidiaries mainly produces microchips and video capture board.

Pixela Online Shop

Pixela has an online shop, which sells imagemixer series, other software, and some hardware. Also, the company operates the supporting website imagemixer.

See also

External links

  • Pixela Corporation. Official Website


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