CES participants will be able to see how Hardent’s encoder/decoder IPs enable manufacturers to quickly integrate VESA DSC technology into ultra high-definition products.
Montreal, QC -- December 15, 2014 -- Hardent will showcase the first ever public demonstration of VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) encoder and decoder IPs at the VESA DisplayPort booth during CES 2015. Electronics manufacturers will have the opportunity to see firsthand how these ready-made IP solutions can assist with accelerating VESA DSC adoption, simplifying interoperability, and leveraging current industry transport mechanisms.
The growing trend for higher resolution displays in smart phones, tablets, and ultra-high definition television brings additional challenges for electronics manufacturers, as high-throughput video needs to be carried between device's components. Released in April 2014, the VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) Standard applies visually lossless video compression between the application processor and the display sub-system inside devices, allowing manufacturers to leverage current industry transport mechanisms such as MIPI® DSI and VESA DisplayPort™.
Hardent’s VESA DSC-compliant encoder and decoder IPs are the first of their kind on the market and provide companies with a ready-made IP core to assist with the quick adoption of the VESA DSC standard. “The advantages of adopting the VESA DSC standard are numerous”, says Alain Legault, Principal at Hardent. “We invite CES attendees to come and see VESA DSC video compression in action.”
Visit the VESA DisplayPort booth (#20624, South Hall #1, ground level) for the chance to see a demonstration of Hardent’s real-time video compression IPs. Arrange a private demonstration of the VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) encoder/decoder IPs at CES 2015 by contacting Hardent today.
Hardent is an electronic design company providing IPs, electronic design services, training solutions, and management consulting, to leading electronics equipment and component manufacturers throughout the world. As a member of VESA’s DSC Task Group, the company has played an active role in developing the latest standards in real-time video compression and display technology. Hardent’s team of electronic design engineers and consultants has extensive experience in video-related projects, focusing on different aspects of the industry including video connectivity, transport, codecs and processing. Find out more about Hardent’s ASIC and FPGA design work for the video industry.