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The Xilleon™ is a family of systems-on-chip (SoC) for the digital set-top box and digital TV markets.

Most members of the family have a 300MHz MIPS CPU (32-bit 4K, MMU, no FPU), dual-SD (standard definition) and dual-HD (high definition) capable MPEG-2 decoder, audio decoder, dual display engine, 2D and 3D graphics engine, conditional access, transport demultiplexers, 32/64 bit DDR/SDR interface, PCI, USB, IR, I2C, I2S, Flash and hard drive EIDE interfaces.

Members of the Xilleon family include (but are not limited to):

x220 No longer in production.
x225 Not available for new designs.
x226 Similar to x225 but with additional video scalers/mixers and a third serial port.
x240 Integrated digital and analog TV tuner. No external PCI or EIDE. Single memory channel.

A reference platform Set-Top-Wonder XILLEON is available to assist customers in the development and debug of new designs.

Linux Support

MontaVista Software announced that MontaVista Linux Professional Edition will support ATI’s Xilleon integrated SoC.

GPL sources for xilleon SOC available at: http://products.sel.sony.com/opensource/source_tv.shtml#2006.1


  • Sony KDL-S2000 series LCD televisions
  • DB-2010 HDTV Receiver made by HiSense