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London Calling: ARM vs. Imagination Goes to Video

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Peter Clarke
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Re: Allegro HEVC decoder IP
Peter Clarke   7/1/2013 1:00:09 PM
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Thanks for highlighting Allegro.

Now, who can tell me what the relative market shares in video processors are for 

Imagination

Chips & Media

Verisilicon Hantro

Allegro 

ARM.........0% because they only just started.

Others

 

 

 

 

Ysatis
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Allegro HEVC decoder IP
Ysatis   7/1/2013 10:17:18 AM
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Peter,

Your article is also missing the Allegro HEVC/H.265 hardware video IP. Allegro demonstrated its 4K capable HEVC decoder at IBC2012, and in many other tradeshows since then.

There is much competition in the video IP business...

 

Peter Clarke
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Re: Hantro Video IP missing
Peter Clarke   7/1/2013 9:07:36 AM
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Thanks for adding Hantro to the list.

I think that Hantro, originally founded in Oulu, Finland, is now owned by VeriSilicon Holdings Co. Ltd. (Shanghai, China).


Some people seem to be saying that Google's VP9 is dead in the water because of a lack of support. Hantro, which is supporting VP9, clearly thinks it is significant.

 

 

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Hantro Video IP missing
jalonent   7/1/2013 8:59:06 AM
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Your article is missing Hantro Video IP, the market leader with more than 75 licensees including several tier-1 semiconductor companies. The latest Hantro G2 IP supports not only H.265/HEVC but also Google's new VP9 video format.

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