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IneoQuest licenses HEVC (H.265) SDK from Ittiam

Ittiam Systems, a provider of solutions to the Broadcast Media Industry, announces IneoQuest Technologies, a global player in video analytics and service assurance solutions, as one of the latest additions to its list of H.265/HEVC customers. IneoQuest licensed Ittiam’s H.265/HEVC professional decoder on Intel x86 platforms for their high density QoE and QoS monitoring solutions.

Ittiam’s high performance professional H.265 decoder is a multi-core software decoder with support for up to 4:2:2 12-bit decoding. With extensive optimizations for x86 CPUs and support for OpenCL acceleration for integrated GPUs, the professional decoder is ideally suited to power high density HD and 4K/UHD decoding applications. The decoder is optimized for high bit rate operation and supports critical tool sets and profiles for broadcast applications. Optimized memory footprint, support for several light weight modes for partial stream decoding and comprehensive support for in stream data extraction (SEI, VUI and other parameters) make Ittiam’s H.265 Professional Decoder a great choice for applications like video monitoring.

“Comprehensive profile coverage, high performance and broadcast focused features make Ittiam’s Professional HEVC Decoder the perfect choice to use in IneoQuest’s video analytics solutions”, said Gino Dion, VP of Engineering at IneoQuest. “We need to ensure any technology we integrate into our solutions meets rigorous standards for quality and reliability and helps us to create market leading products. Ittiam’s Professional HEVC Decoder fully meets our needs.”

“The world’s most demanding companies trust IneoQuest as the leading provider of video analytics and service assurance solutions”, said Shantanu Jha, SVP, Broadcast Media Solutions at Ittiam. “We are proud that our Professional HEVC Decoder meets IneoQuest’s challenging requirements and has enabled them to support HEVC in their latest generation solutions.”

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