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Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) today announced it is demonstrating new field-programmable gate array (FPGA) solutions enabling systems designers to rapidly add features and functionality to their automotive systems designs at SAE Convergence in Detroit, Michigan from October 21 to 22 in Booth #313. The demonstrations include a variety of new solutions for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and infotainment applications on Cyclone® FPGAs.

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San Jose, Calif., and Las Vegas, NAB – Altera Corporation today announced that Harmonic, the worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure, has chosen Altera’s new 4Kp60-capable H.265 enhanced motion estimation engine (EME), a server co-processing solution based on the company’s Stratix® V FPGAs to dramatically improve efficiency and performance of Harmonic’s PURE Compression Engine for the delivery of 4Kp60 content. Altera’s Stratix V FPGAs, optimized with IP from Altera and its partners, enable Harmonic’s market-leading encoding technology to deliver 4Kp60 real-time performance, while requiring substantially less power, rack space and CPU processing power than other solutions prevalent in the industry today. Altera’s EME saves precious CPU cycles by offloading Server-class CPUs, reserving more processing power to deliver industry-leading efficiency and video quality today, with spare capacity for even more improvements tomorrow.

A demonstration of the products delivering 4Kp60 real-time performance will be featured in the Harmonic booth # SU1210 and Altera booth # SU11110 during the 2014 NAB Show in Las Vegas, April 7-10. The offering utilizes Altera’s Advanced System Development Kit, built for demanding 4K and even 8K video transport and processing needs.[Continue reading →]

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San Jose, Calif., and Las Vegas, NV., NAB 2014 – Altera Corporation (Nasdaq: ALTR) today announced it will be demonstrating its broadcast solutions at NAB from April 7 to 10, 2014, in the Altera booth (SU11110) showing attendees how to more effectively design high-end video cameras, encoders and other products that manage connectivity, compression and encoding applications for 4K video. The demonstrations are based on Altera’s current high-end 28 nm Arria®V, Stratix®V, and its cost-effective Cyclone V FPGA families with a path to migrate to Altera’s 20 nm Arria 10, and Stratix 14 nm 10 FPGAs and SoCs.

Altera’s lead architects and partners will be on site to help discuss ways to handle the complexities of encoding and processing 4K by using specialty programmable logic devices, called FPGAs which can easily handle the 4X bandwidth increase over today’s existing HD High Definition (HD) video solutions. Altera can also cover how to bring 4K systems to market now and how to future proof them for 8K. Attendees who stop by the Altera booth can see the following demonstrations:[Continue reading →]

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San Jose, Calif., and Las Vegas, NV., NAB 2014 – Altera Corporation (Nasdaq: ALTR) today announced it will be demonstrating its broadcast solutions at NAB from April 7 to 10, 2014, in the Altera booth (SU11110) showing attendees how to more effectively design high-end video cameras, encoders and other products that manage connectivity, compression and encoding applications for 4K video. The demonstrations are based on Altera’s current high-end 28 nm Arria®V, Stratix®V, and its cost-effective Cyclone V FPGA families with a path to migrate to Altera’s 20 nm Arria 10, and Stratix 14 nm 10 FPGAs and SoCs.

Altera’s lead architects and partners will be on site to help discuss ways to handle the complexities of encoding and processing 4K by using specialty programmable logic devices, called FPGAs which can easily handle the 4X bandwidth increase over today’s existing HD High Definition (HD) video solutions. Altera can also cover how to bring 4K systems to market now and how to future proof them for 8K. Attendees who stop by the Altera booth can see the following demonstrations:[Continue reading →]

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