Dallas, Tex. - The VCE6467 Video Communications Engine from Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) and RADVISION’s Technology Business Unit (TBU) enables a variety of two-way, live HD video communications applications - including video conferencing, telemedicine, digital signage and set-top boxes - with pre-installed software on a single chip. The VCE6467 reduces software integration time by more than 10 times the number of man hours normally required, thus significantly speeding time to market.
Based on the DaVinci DM6467 video processor from TI, the VCE6467 comes pre-loaded with RADVISION’s video communications software and allows HD video at 720p 30 frames per second (fps) using H.264 encoding and decoding for seamless two-way communication with low-latency. Because the VCE6467 provides HD video, reduced latency and real-time communication, the end video applications allow realistic, nearly face-to-face communications, which eliminates the need for in-person meetings and helps save time and money on unnecessary travel.
The VCE6467 features 720p 30 fps H.264 video with G.711 audio with audio visual synchronization, which allows live, two-way video communications with low latency.
Optional multi-protocol support (SIP, H.323) provides ability to communicate and interoperate with both SIP and H.323 devices. Media quality framework (SVC, bandwidth management, packet loss resilience) enables deployment of product over any network, including public internet.
The VCE6467 will include documentation, software examples, training, and support for customization and integration. Customers can download the VCE6467 trial software for use on the DM6467T EVM, available for $1,995 USD.'The VCE6467 will be widely available in 3Q 2010. For more information visit www.ti.com.