GEO Semiconductor Inc. is a privately held fabless semiconductor company that designs video and geometry processing integrated circuits. Founded in 2009 by Paul Russo, the company is best known for its eWARP™ geometric processing engine that provides the only solution able to concatenate multiple transforms in real-time with HD resolutions up to 60fps. GEO acquired this technology, along with the Teranex SIMD video processing architecture, from Silicon Optix Inc. in 2009. On January 1, 2013, GEO completed the acquisition of Mobilygen, the digital video IC business of Maxim Integrated. Through the acquisition, the company expanded its portfolio to include a series of H.264 video compression SoCs. With the introduction of real-time video analytics into its video processors, the company is targeting the automotive camera/HUD, surveillance, and cloud-based consumer camera markets.