Pixim introduced its Seawolf imager, claimed to be "the world's first single-chip, enterprise video camera solution. For the first time, security camera manufacturers will be able to use a single, digital chip, rather than more complicated mixed-signal, multi-chip sets." The Seawolf chip is said to provide 10 times the low-light performance of previous generation security camera chip sets as well as the greatest WDR and accurate color performance at half the hardware build cost.
Boasting 690 HTVL effective, Seawolf is said to deliver "the highest usable resolution to the CCTV end user". Users of IP cameras will benefit from Seawolf's global electronic shutter, progressive scan image capture, and full D1 resolution at 30fps.
SecurityInfoWatch site published an article about the new Seawolf chip.
Update: PRWeb: From the picture it appears that Seawolf is actually an integration of imager and ISP dice in a single package: