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V-Nova surpasses 1,000 technology patents

The company's innovations span streaming, broadcast and virtual and augmented reality

V-Nova has announced it has reached a milestone figure of 1,000 active technology patents.

The company’s core IP development underpins MPEG-5 LCEVC and VC-6. MPEG-5 LCEVC enables users to implement a new data layer onto an existing codec and aims to improve visual quality, reduce energy consumption during transcoding and enhance compression efficiency. 

V-Nova’s PresenZ format drives photo-realistic immersive experiences at scale, with 6 Degrees of Freedom (6DofF) allowing viewers to ‘step inside’ cinematic content. The company’s patent portfolio spans more than 50 jurisdictions – with over 400 in Europe and 200 in the Americas – supporting industries including entertainment, streaming, broadcasting and virtual and augmented reality. The company said it has been granted 200 patents in the last 12 months.

Its technologies also facilitate AI Media Indexing, Machine Vision and Large Multimodal Models (LMMs), efficiently processing only the necessary resolution and regions of interest while maintaining the entire signal at maximum quality in compressed form, said the company.

Guido Meardi, CEO at V-Nova, said: “This milestone in V-Nova’s technology portfolio represents a systemic achievement tied to our company structure, strategic focus, and the highly talented individuals we have brought together.”