The intoPIX FPGA based compression algorithm enables transmission of 4K60 4:4:4 HDR video over standard 1 Gigabit Ethernet with no latency
Crestron have just announced that it is leveraging intoPIX ultra-low latency JPEG 2000 technology in its DigitalMedia™ NVX Series architecture, a network based AV distribution system. Crestron will debut the DigitalMedia NVX Series at stand #C24, Hall 2, at ISE 2017 in Amsterdam, Feb. 7 – 10. The intoPIX FPGA based compression algorithm plays a key role in enabling the DigitalMedia NVX Series to deliver a visually lossless 4K60 4:4:4 HDR video experience within a standard 1 Gigabit Ethernet network with no latency.
“Our ultra-low-latency JPEG 2000 IP-core – reaching 10 milliseconds – outperforms most currently deployed solutions in terms of latency, image quality, and resolution,” comments Gael Rouvroy, intoPIX CEO and Director of Technology. “We’re thrilled that Crestron is incorporating it in their groundbreaking new DigitalMedia NVX Series products.”
“IntoPIX’s JPEG 2000 ultra-low-latency technology is integral to the ability of the DigitalMedia NVX Series to transmit 4K60 4:4:4 HDR video with the full capabilities of a standard 1 Gigabit Ethernet network, and with no latency. It represents a dramatic leap forward in the transport of high-performance video over IP networks,” explains Steve Samson, Executive Director, Business Development at Creston.
More information at www.intopix.com.