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Telairity to Show HD H.264 Video Encoding at IBCH.264 video encoder based on Telairity-1 processor architecture (August 23, 2005)
The first high-definition H.264 video encoder based on Telairity-1, a breakthrough processor architecture developed specifically for broadcast-quality HD applications, is being presented by Telairity Semiconductor at IBC2005 Stand 1.101.
At its IBC2005 exhibit, Telairity is showing H.264 HD video encoded to the new H.264 standard using its AVClairity encoding software with Telairity-1, a new microprocessor architecture targeting real-time, H.264 high-definition video encoding and other demanding video and imaging applications.
AVClairity encoding software and the Telairity-1 processor architecture were developed concurrently by Telairity and uniquely provide broadcast equipment manufacturers with a complete hardware/software solution for H.264 compression in which the encoding hardware and software are guaranteed to work together. Applications will include next-generation broadcast encoders, video servers, and video edit and authoring systems.
About Telairity Semiconductor
Telairity Semiconductor delivers solutions for high-definition, broadcast-quality video applications. Products built on the companys Telairity-1 real-time HD video architecture deliver the industrys highest level of video processing available on a single chip and address emerging standards for video compression including H.264. Telairity supplies highly integrated, complete hardware and software solutions that enable OEMs to get to market quickly with cost-effective, reliable, and high-quality encoding systems. Telairity products address a number of markets, including broadcast encoders, video servers, video edit and authoring systems, video conferencing, and security and surveillance. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Santa Clara, Calif.
For more information visit www.telairity.com.
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