Cambridge UK -- April 11, 2008 -- Broadcast IP developer Commsonic has announced that it will be supporting Altera at the forthcoming NAB 2008 exhibition in Las Vegas.
The Cambridge UK-based company will be showcasing its family of broadcast modulator cores, with demonstrations of single and multi-channel cable and terrestrial modulators running on Altera's advanced, low-cost "system-on-programmable-chip" platform the Cyclone3.
"We are delighted to be supporting Altera at this premier broadcast event", commented Andy Coates, Commsonic founder and CTO, who will be attending the show.
"Our latest modulators have been designed to exploit the advanced architectural features of the new Cyclone3 and, with the highest-specification cores accommodated by the low-end members of the FPGA family, the integrated package represents a compelling 'bits-to-carrier' solution for developers of all types of digital video transmission system."
The NAB 2008 exhibition will run from 14th to 17th April at the Las Vegas Convention Centre. Commsonic's demonstration can be seen at the Altera booth SL12705.