TED’s inrevium™ JPEG Chipset Features High Speed Encoder, Decoder and Video Multiplexer to Target Digital Video Recorder and IP Camera Markets
Santa Clara, CA., September 5, 2006 – Tokyo Electron Device, Ltd. (TED), today announced the industry’s fastest JPEG chipset, a three-chip solution that enables high speed (up to 120 frames/second@NTSC) digital video recorders (DVRs) and high resolution (up to 21 frames/second@2 mega-pixels resolution) IP cameras designed for high quality image security systems and other high resolution imaging systems such as scanners, medical equipment, and automobile video event recorders.
Industrial market demand for higher quality image is growing rapidly and JPEG is the preferred technology for these applications since it maintains the key advantage of better still image quality over other video compression technologies.
“Our inrevium JPEG chipset follows the highly successful launch of our SD/SDIO host and card-side controller IPs, which TED announced earlier this year,” said Toshiaki Sunagawa, president and representative director of the company. “The demand for high quality image is very healthy worldwide, particularly in security system applications, so the timing is right for TED to bring its high speed JPEG chipset to market.”
The inrevium™ JPEG chipset includes:
TE3310RPF - High Speed JPEG Encoder LSI
TE3320RPF - High Speed JPEG Decoder LSI
TE3410RPF - Video Multiplexer LSI
The inrevium TE3310RPF is a JPEG Encoder LSI which is fully compliant with ISO/IEC 10918-1. The TE3310RPF supports a basic DCT sequential method and a standard compression image format (Y:Cb:Cr = 4:2:2/4:1:1/4:0:0). Since the internal clock is 85.9MHz, it compresses up to 120 frames/second at NTSC video images (720x480, 4:2:2) and also up to 21 frames/second at 2 Mega-pixels video image (1600x1200, 4:2:2). The TE3310RPF supports various input/output interfaces, 16/32bit Host and SDRAM interfaces. The package is 176-pin FBGA and a wide operating temperature range, -40 to +85 deg. C, is supported.
The inrevium TE3320RPF is a JPEG Decoder LSI which is also fully compliant with ISO/IEC 10918-1. The TE3310RPF supports a basic DCT sequential method and a standard compression image format (Y:Cb:Cr = 4:4:4/4:2:2/4:1:1/4:0:0). Since the internal clock is 81MHz, it decompresses up to 116 frames/second at NTSC compressed image (720x480, 4:2:2) and also up to 21 frames/second at 2 Mega-pixels compressed image (1600x1200, 4:2:2). The TE3320RPF supports various input/output interfaces, 16/32bit Host and SDRAM interfaces. The package is 192-pin FBGA and wide operating temperature range, -40 to +85 deg. C, is supported.
The inrevium TE3410RPF is a Video Multiplexer LSI that supports 4 channels of ITU-R BT.656/4:2:2 compliant video input, 1 channel of playback input, 1 channel of multiplexed video output and 1 channel of video monitor output. It supports up to 30 frames/second for each video input channels and up to 120 frames/second Time-Division Multiplexed video output. The TE3410RPF features a divided video screen, IP conversion, Noise Reduction, Motion Detection and OSD controller. With the inrevium TE3310RPF and TE3320RPF, it enables a high speed (120 frames/second at NTSC) DVR. The package is 272-pin FBGA and wide operating temperature range, -40 to +85 deg. C, is supported.
TED will be exhibiting at ASIS International 2006 on September 25 – 27 in the San Diego Convention Center and showing the JPEG chipset demo in the inrevium booth #5663.
Pricing and Availability
The inrevium JPEG chipset is currently in sample production and will be in volume production in Q1 2007. TE3310RPF and TE3320RPF are each US$15.00 in 1000-unit quantities. TE3410RPF is US$20.00 in 1000-unit quantities.
About Tokyo Electron Device
Tokyo Electron Device is an affiliate of Tokyo Electron Limited, one of the world’s leading semiconductor manufacturing equipment suppliers. TED has sold its technology inside Japan about 40 years, and now the company is applying its knowledge, technology and service capability to establish its inrevium product line in the global industrial market. TED has established an office in Santa Clara, California to support its US customers. For more information on inrevium products, visit the website at www.inrevium.jp/eng/.