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1145 Mariposa Ave. Suite 100 San Jose CA 95126 USA
San Jose, California - 95126 United States
Phone: 408 766 4382

NGCodec is developing the Next Generation of video encoder technology that implements the HEVC standard (and also supports AVC/H.264). Our products are delivered as Silicon IP in the form of RTL or net lists for implementation inside a System on a Chip (SoC) or inside an FPGA.

NGCodec and Tiledmedia to Show Cloud Hardware-Accelerated Low-Latency HEVC VR360 Streaming Solution at IBC 2017

NGCodec and Tiledmedia to Show Cloud Hardware-Accelerated Low-Latency HEVC VR360 Streaming Solution at IBC 2017

Tiledmedia, a leader in tile-based directional Virtual Reality video streaming and NGCodec®, a company focused on FPGA-based video codec development, announced today that they have integrated their solutions to provide a cloud-based encoding service for efficient streaming of 360-degree Virtual…

NGCodec & VYUsync will showcase an Ultra-Low Latency H.265/HEVC Codec Solution based on Xilinx FPGAs at NAB Show 2017

NAB Show 2017 – NGCodec® & VYUsync are proud to announce end to end ¼ frame ultra-low latency 4K HEVC/H.265 codec solutions on Xilinx FPGA Platforms. Both companies in their respective booths will be showing combined H.265/HEVC live encoder/decoder demos:In…

Haivision and NGCodec Collaborate Towards High Performance HEVC/H.265 Encoding Applications

Haivision, a market leader in enterprise video and streaming solutions, and NGCodec, a Silicon Valley technology company focused on HEVC/H.265 codec development, announce that they have strategically partnered towards delivering optimized video encoding solutions for high performance network video applications.…

NGCodec and PathPartner Technology jointly demonstrates H.265/HEVC codecs running on Xilinx FPGA's at the IBC Show

NGCodec®, in its booth 9.LP3, will demonstrate its RealityCodec™ running on a Xilinx® Kintex® UltraScale™ KU60 FPGA. Real-time 1080p video will be fed into the KU060 board via HDMI and two independent channels will be encoded and sent via Ethernet.…


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