Our Vision is Computer Vision

Ambarella, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA) is a leading developer of low-power, high-definition (HD) and Ultra HD video compression, image processing, and computer vision solutions. The company’s products are used in a variety of IP security, sports, wearable, drone, and automotive video cameras. Ambarella’s solutions leverage over 20 years of pioneering research in computer vision to enable future generations of intelligent cameras, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, and autonomous vehicles.

Major Milestones

2004 • Ambarella founded
2005 • A1 introduced, a single-chip 1080i60 H.264 broadcast-class encoder
2006 • First Ambarella-enabled consumer-level HD video cameras in mass production
2007 • A2 introduced and chosen by consumer electronics brands
2008 • A3 introduced, a single-chip 1080p60 H.264 broadcast-class encoder
2009 • A5 introduced, a 65-nm video and still picture camera chip
• A6 broadcast HD encoder and transcoder introduced
2010 • A5s introduced, Ambarella’s first 45-nm chip
• A7 introduced, a 45-nm 1080p60 HD camera chip
2011 • iOne introduced, a camera applications processor for Android-based
   smart camera-centric devices
• A7L introduced, Ambarella's first 32-nm 1080p60 camera SoC
2012 • S2 introduced, an Ultra HD 4K encoder chip targeting the IP camera market
2013 • A9 introduced, an Ultra HD 4K sports camera SoC
• A7LA introduced, an automotive camera SoC
2014 • MotorVu™ 360 introduced, a 4-channel automotive camera solution
• S2L introduced, a 28-nm 1080p120 IP camera chip
2015 Ambarella acquires VisLab, a European developer of computer vision and
   intelligent automotive control systems
• A12S and A9SE are introduced, 28-nm SoCs for flying cameras
• The S3L family is announced: H.265/HEVC and H.264/AVC 28-nm SoCs
   targeting professional and consumer IP camera applications
2016 • H2 introduced, a 14nm Ultra HD 4Kp120 H.264/AVC and 4Kp60 HEVC sports and flying camera SoC
2017 • H22 introduced, a 14nm Ultra HD 4Kp60 SoC supporting both H.265/HEVC and H.264/AVC targeting flying cameras and consumer applications
• A9AQ introduced, Ambarella’s first automotive-qualified SoC targeting video recorders, surround view and electronic mirror applications
• H3 introduced, a 14nm 8Kp30 SoC supporting both H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC encoding formats targeting the virtual reality and flying camera markets
• S5L introduced, a 14nm 4K SoC for professional, consumer and battery-powered IP security cameras
2018 • CV1 introduced, a 14nm 4K stereo and monocular vision processor with CVflow™ architecture for drone and automotive systems
• CV22 introduced, a 10nm CNN/DNN-based 4K SoC with CVflow™ architecture for automotive, IP security, and consumer applications
• SuperCam™ introduced, an automotive 4K stereo platform with a perception range of more than 150 meters for generic obstacle detection
• CV2 announced, a 10nm, CNN/DNN-based, AEC-Q100 Grade 2-qualified 4K SoC with CVflow™ architecture for automotive, security, and drone applications