Sunday, August 20, 2006

Digital Broadcasters | Telairity at IBC 2006

Telairity New Products at IBC 2006, Amsterdam

TM8000 - OEM Board for HD H.264 video encoding At its IBC2006 stand, digital broadcast vendor, Telairity will make the first public demonstrations of its real time HD H.264 video encoding board solution, the TM8000. Giving OEMs the ability to deliver a wide range of differentiated end user products, the TM8000 can be customized using mezzanine add-in cards for various I/O and audio encoding standards as needed for video servers and video distribution via satellite, cable, terrestrial, and IPTV applications. The TM8000 motherboard accepts 720p, 1080i, and 1080p (4:2:2) uncompressed HD-SDI video inputs and encodes in compliance with the H.264 Main profile, Level 4 standard. The compressed video is output via DVB ASI with low latency and low bit rates of 6-10 Mbps for typical high motion sequences.

BE8000 1-RU OEM HD Broadcast-Quality Encoder Occupying just 1 RU, the Telairity BE8000 is a scalable, fully programmable broadcast encoder for HD video compression using the state-of-the-art Main profile, Level 4 H.264/AVC standard. Delivering real time performance, the BE8000 features the company’s AVClairity compression, which is software-upgradeable to enable future quality, feature, and FRext standard enhancements. The BE8000 accepts 720p, 1080i, and 1080p (4:2:2) uncompressed HD video and up to four channels of embedded HD-SDI audio inputs. The system features MPEG4 AAC audio encoding for the highest quality audio at the lowest compressed bit rate. Users can select between constant bit rate (CBR) or variable bit rate (VBR) encoding options with bit rates ranging up to 20 Mbps. Compressed video and audio is output on an MPEG2 transport stream via DVB ASI or 100 Base-T Ethernet.

Since IBC2005, Telairity has evolved its original mission of supplying processor chips for H.264 HD compression and has now emerged as a supplier of board-level and rack-mountable video compression products to OEMs in the digital broadcast and professional video markets.

Telairity is based in Santa Clara, California

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