NGCodec H.265/HEVC Product called ‘Harrier’ is available for license
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Feb. 19, 2014 -- NGCodec, an emerging company in silicon video Intellectual Property (IP), reports that it has signed a royalty bearing license agreement with a fabless semiconductor company for its next-generation H.265/HEVC encoder IP core called ‘Harrier’.
Harrier provides 4K resolution 60 frames per second performance at 10-bit per pixel. The design is optimized for low power consumption, high compression efficiency and low memory bandwidth.
“Harrier is capable of providing 1 frame of latency glass to glass over WiFi networks enabling the next generation of 4K interactive applications like gaming and docking stations” said Oliver Gunasekara CEO of NGCodec.
NGCodec is a startup based in Silicon Valley creating video codec silicon Intellectual Property. The founders have extensive experience developing video codec IP, FPGAs and SoC’s. The team is focused on the new H.265/HEVC codec. The company was founded in 2012. NGCodec licenses its silicon IP technology to semiconductor manufacturers and OEMs. NGCodec.com