Nextera Video’s FPGA-based 4K video compression uses Sony NMI Video-over-IP to achieve 3:1 to 14:1 compression

2017年1月10日 | By News | Filed in: News.


Nextera Video is helping the broadcast video industry migrate to video-over-IP as quickly as possible with an FPGA IP core developed for Xilinx UltraScale and other Xilinx FPGAs that compresses 4K video using Sony’s low-latency, noise-free NMI (Network Media Interface) packet protocols to achieve compression ratios of 3:1 to 14:1. The company’s products can transport compressed 4Kp60 video between all sorts of broadcast equipment over standard 10G IP switches, which significantly lowers equipment and operating costs for broadcasters.


Here’s a quick video that describes Nextera’s approach:





via Xcell Daily Blog articles

January 9, 2017 at 08:55PM


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