September 9, 2003 Santa Clara, California
- Semiconductor intellectual property (IP) core provider RichCore Technology, Inc. today announced a new core implementing popular MPEG1/2/4 encoder.
The new core provide support of MPEG1/2/4 industry standards and make it quick and cost-effective for designers to incorporate MPEG encoder in their systems. Designed for reliable reuse and packaged with verification aids and documentation, the cores are available in source form for ASIC synthesis or as netlists optimized for various programmable devices.
The RC1480 core is a high performance, low power consumption and low cost (i.e., small silicon area) complete MPEG-4 video encoder core. Integrated features in the RC1480 core include an MPEG-4 advanced simple profile video and MPEG-1/2 video encoder. In addition, the built-in video input filtering module performs adaptive noise reduction on input video signal and significantly improves the compression gain at low encoding bit rate. By choosing different system IO interfaces, the core can be synthesized as a single mpeg encoder chip which is well suited for PC based home media gateway/center application, or it can be easily integrated with a popular DVD or set-top box decoder to satisfy the video recorder applicationAbout RichCore Technology, Inc.
RichCore Technology's main business is to design, develop, and license innovative video compression and high speed networking IP cores to meet the growing demand for superior quality multimedia communication and networking requirements, in the fields of consumer IC, PC and networking applications.
Privately owned and operating since 2001, RichCore currently is focusing on the development of various MPEG-4/H.264 IP with the state of the art algorithms, architectures and design methodologies, the company has established a
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