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Content networking IC enables multiscreen video

08 Jan 2013

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Zenverge has announced that it will unleash its operator gateway solutions and real-time HD HEVC transcoding technology. According to the company, the solutions can allow operators to deliver high-quality video content to various IP-connected devices at dramatically reduced operating and capital expenditures.

The devices claim to deliver multiple high-quality HD streams cost effectively in a ubiquitous network to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, gaming stations and set-top boxes (STBs). The company added that its flagship ZN200 IC is capable of processing up to four HD or 16 SD video streams simultaneously as well as two full HD input streams to 10 output streams for adaptive bit rate (ABR) profile streams, thereby offering unparalleled transcoding density and robust ABR streaming control.

Zenverge's ZN family of content networking ICs are specifically developed for consumer electronics and STB manufacturers and are capable of supporting a wider range of devices, making them the ideal solution for in-home multiscreen support, said the company. By using the ZN200, cable, satellite, terrestrial and telco operators can efficiently stream live content to iOS and Android-based tablets and smartphones, deliver high-quality H.264 video content to legacy MPEG-2 STBs, and broadcast compelling video content to game consoles and other IP devices, described the firm.




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