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Add-on card touts accelerated high density video transcoding

Posted: 16 Sep 2015     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Artesyn  add-on card  server  video transcoding  Intel Core 

Artesyn Embedded Technologies has recently unleashed the SharpStreamer Mini add-on card that offers accelerated high density video transcoding and multiscreen delivery. The device addresses the need of content owners, broadcasters and service provider networks to smaller single instance OTT appliance deployments, network DVR applications, video on demand hospitality servers, video surveillance security systems and streaming education servers, detailed the company.

With a focus on AVC encoding, decoding and transcoding, which is a typical requirement in these installations, the SharpStreamer Mini offers quick and scalable integration with widely-deployed 1U standard server architectures to meet the demands of system integrators, equipment and service providers who want to use existing low profile servers and cloud infrastructure to support novel video processing platforms.

SharpStreamer Mini

Featuring one or two 5th generation Intel Core i7 processors, based on the Broadwell microarchitecture, with Intel HD Graphics 6000 the SharpStreamer Mini card claims to offer a significant performance boost in a standard half-length PCI Express form factor for compatibility with a range of industry-standard 1U servers.

The SharpStreamer Mini is equipped with a software development kit comprised of the Intel Media Server Studio with Intel HD Graphics' hardware acceleration, monitoring and processor subsystem OS and management tools for easy integration with server host processing environments. It is also available with optional multiscreen video transcoding application software and is compatible with a range of Artesyn's ISV ecosystem partner solutions.





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