Octasic OCT2224M Multicore DSP Device for Video
- Supplier: Octasic
- Region: Canada
- Updated: 01/18/2011
- Click Frequency: 1934
Designed to address the exploding demand for high-definition (HD) video, Octasic’s new series is based on the second generation of its Opus DSP asynchronous architecture (Opus2). Leveraging the low power characteristics and efficiency of asynchronous technology, the OCT2224M allows more processing power to be packed into a lower cost device. An OCT2224M device can simultaneously support 2 channels of 1080p while consuming less than 3 watts of power. The same device can process hundreds of channels simultaneously, allowing for any combination of bit-rates and resolutions, from QCIF up to HD. This flexible device provides support for all popular video codecs including MPEG-2, H.263, MPEG-4, H.264, VC-1 and VP8.
With Opus Studio, an integrated development environment, developers can program the OCT2224M devices in C programming language. A single hardware platform can be used to address a wide range of video applications, including video conferencing, telepresence, Internet video streaming and transcoding, mobile video streaming and content adaptation, IP video surveillance, and IPTV services. In addition to developing their own code, customers can draw on an extensive set of video library functions.