Tvia merges television and the Internet. The fabless semiconductor company designs and markets streaming media gateway integrated circuits -- specialized chips that are used in digital set-top boxes, digital TVs, and related devices. Tvia's customers include Micro Network Korea, Mitsubishi Electric, and Universal Technology. The company outsources manufacturing to silicon foundries Shanghai Hua Hong NEC Electronics and United Microelectronics. It has strategic alliances with such companies as Microsoft and NEC. The company gets most of its sales in China. Tvia filed for Chapter 11 in 2008. It emerged from its bankruptcy reorganization in 2010 as a debt free company with a new board of directors and CEO.