intoPIX, the leading provider of innovative image processing and
compression, will feature new demo and partner products of the intoPIX
JPEG 2000 ULL, TICO-XS, and FLinQ technologies for distributing 4K60 444
HDR under 1GbE at InfoComm 2019 in Orlando, FL.
intoPIX unique Pro-AV JPEG2000 ULL technology has been optimized for
Pro-AV and the improved algorithm is specifically suited to screen
content such as fine text, excel spreadsheets, CGI content, but also
natural imagery. In 4K60 444, the total latency of intoPIX FPGA IP-cores
goes down below 10 milliseconds which makes it imperceptible for the
intoPIX’s will also demo the innovative lightweight low-power TICO-XS
FPGA cores and FastTICO-XS SDKs software implementations able to
distribute 4K60 444 over standard CAT5e cables & switchers. Standardized
at ISO as JPEG XS, it is built to be implemented within the new SMPTE ST
2110 ecosystems, also represented by AIMS Alliance at infoComm.
Meanwhile the TICO-XS stream is able to retain full quality and a
microsecond latency. A hardware and side-by-side with uncompressed
demonstration will be shown on their booth #2477.
Next to the technology demos, the imaging pioneer is to showcase
multiple products of leading Pro-AV manufacturers such as Crestron,
Icron, and EvertzAV powered by intoPIX technologies. Part of this
showcase is Crestron’s updated DM NVX series, enabled by newest intoPIX
FlinQTM technology, a revolutionary processing presented for
the first time at ISE. A live product demo can be found on Crestron’s
booth #1800 under “Pixel Perfect Processing”.
intoPIX creates and delivers innovative image processing, video
compression, and security technologies to professional AV equipment
manufacturers. We are passionate about offering people a higher quality
image experience and have developed FPGA/ASIC IP-cores and software
tools that form the basis to high quality AV over IP and AV over
wireless solutions. We enable the world to manage more pixels over
existing networks, while reducing power consumption with a best-in-class
image quality and microsecond latency.
More information on www.intopix.com.