Image Matters will be exhibiting at Embedded World Conference

Image Matters will be exhibiting at Embedded World Conference

Imagen Matters will be on display with Fujitsu

Image Matters is showcasing its modular origami™ FPGA-based hardware solutions at this years Embedded World Conference, Nuremberg, Germany. Exhibiting with partners Fujitsu Electronics Europe (FEEU) on booth 2.110, Image Matters’ will be demonstrating its extensible, FPGA modules for extreme imaging applications.


“Our attendance at this years’ Embedded World Conference validates perfectly our commitment to delivering OEM embedded high speed hardware solutions enabling next generation video imaging applications,” explains Jean-François Nivart, Image Matters CEO. “Combined with our IM-B20 Xilinx UltraScale Kintex FPGA module and development environment, world class IP-Core vendors come together in the origami™ ecosystem. Their purpose is to provide licensing solutions to empower OEM designs and help them deliver products quicker to market”


Image Matters flagship solution, the off the shelf IM-B20, is a credit card sized module using the Xilinx UltraScale Kintex FPGA. All the components needed around the FPGA processor for advanced applications are included in the module including memory, flash, power supplies and the exclusive Z-Ray interconnector.


IM-B20 is equipped to deliver real time extreme imaging for all video formats up to 8K UHD-2 with a special provision for security, including secure IP-Cores, firmware and processed content with encryption, key-management and physical security enclosure. Developers can design their own connector carrier boards using the Z-Ray interconnector to interface to the IM-B20 with fixed pinouts.

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