The folks from Altera say they will be showcasing their next-generation 4K broadcast solutions for video processing at the 2012 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas.
The company will highlight solutions leveraging its broad range of tailored 28-nm FPGAs that help designers achieve optimal price, performance, and power for their broadcast applications. Experts will be on hand to discuss broadcast design challenges and provide information on simplifying multiscreen delivery with the company's 28-nm devices and Video and Image Processing (VIP) Suite. Altera's FPGAs offer customizable features that allow designers to differentiate products while reducing their overall time to market.
What: 2012 National Association of Broadcasters Show
When: Monday, April 16, to Thursday, April 19, 2012
Where: Booth SL10015, Las Vegas Convention Center
Altera's in-booth demonstrations will include:
- 4K and multistream format conversion and delivery
- Low-cost video capture and processing solutions
- Real-time system debug and performance monitors
- VCXO's replacement for BOM cost savings
- SMPTE 2022—10G video over IP
- SDI to PCI Express DMA
for more information on Altera's broadcast and video solutions.
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