Seoul, Korea – July 30th, 2018 -- Chips&Media, Inc. a leading video IP company headquartered in Seoul, Korea, announced licensing contract to provide 4K (8Mpixel) resolution Image Signal Processing (ISP) IP with a Taiwanese SoC manufacturer. Chips&Media informed that LEDA – a configurable and comprehensive ISP (IP) product is the part of the contract, with target application of IP Cameras in various use including surveillance purpose.
“This new licensing deal adds another horizon to our ISP IP proving that our IPs are ready for much anticipated and rapidly growing 4K (8Mpixel) market.” says Steve Sang-hyun Kim, the CEO of Chips&Media. “As part of our complete video value chain, including our Codec and Computer Vision products, Chips&Media is ready to serve customers with needs of high resolution video processing technology.”
Chips&Media, who had been recognized as Video Codec IP specialist with firm market leadership, proclaiming new video IPs such as deep learning based computer vision, computational photography and image signal processing to widen its portfolio and to transform itself as total Video IP provider. Moreover, it had been reported that Chips&Media have signed its first ISP IP deal in March of 2018 to supply ISP, 3DNR, Multi-exposure HDR and Lens Distortion Correction.
About Chips&Media, Inc.
Chips&Media is the leader in the video hardware IP. Chips&Media’s extensive video IPs, including deep learning based computer vision, computational photography and image signal processing, have orchestrated Chips&Media to transform itself as total Video IP provider.
Chips&Media’s IPs were licensed by over 80 customers, who have acclaimed them for low power usage, high-performance, small-size, reliability and market references, and these praised IPs range from legacy codecs to computer vision as follows:
- Codecs : HEVC, H.264, VP9, AV1, AVS2 and other legacy codecs with resolution up to UHD (4K/8K) at 120 FPS
- ISP/Computational Photography : ISP (IP) products optimized for low light environment, Multi-exposure HDR, 3DNR, Lens Distortion Correction
- Computer Vision : Deep learning based Object Detection
To find further information, please visit the company's web site at http://www.chipsnmedia.com.