A series of video processing demonstrations for content and service providers is available to visitors at the Socionext stand. The imaging, video systems and broadcast technology provider is showcasing its hybrid codec module M820C, combined with edge computing capability with built-in AV codec enabling intelligent AV content processing and delivery.
M820C features the company’s low-power, scalable SC2A11A ARM core-based processor with MB86M30 for HEVC/AVC/MPEG-2 low latency encoding. This delivers optimised high volume data processing with minimal delay, claimed the company, adding that the solution would be ideal for AI processing and video distribution on IP networks.
Socionext is also demonstrating the new SC2M50, designed for video transmitting applications that require encoding and decoding 4K 60P HEVC video in real time with minimal power. Chipset power requirements are 3.5W, providing a 97 per cent power saving compared with other solutions, many of which require up to 150W.
The reduced power and size are of particular interest to those seeking next-generation video equipment and portable devices for professional applications, such as video transmitters for professional applications.