Lowest Bandwidth, highest quality, highest performance cloud video encoding
The Intersection of 5G and emerging video standards makes it possible to deliver live streams at broadcast quality to any screen. Video streams are a massive component - 70% - of internet traffic. NGCodec develops technology for improving video quality, reducing bandwidth, and creating entirely new cloud and cloud edge solutions. Today, the company’s RealityCodec™ is the highest performance cloud video encoder, providing the lowest bandwidth, highest quality, and highest performance for H.265/AVC and VP9 with support later in 2019 for AV1.
CLOUD VIDEO ENCODING
Highest performance on the latest video codecs including H.265/HEVC, VP9, and announced AV1 support.
cloud streaming for VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED REALITY
Ultra low latency video encoding makes it possible to deliver full specification to headsets with sub 20ms latency, powering a future where XR is streamed from the cloud edge.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CLOUD implementations
Available today on public clouds with Amazon AWS EC2 and Huawei Cloud. Our developer kit makes it easy to test private cloud instances.
CLOUD VIDEO ENCODING SUPPORTING
ALL MAJOR EMERGING CODECS
NGCodec has developed state-of-the-art encoders, using Xilinx FPGAs, providing over 30% better compression with H.265/HEVC and VP9 compared to existing H.264/AVC encoders targeting live workloads. For video streaming, better compression means reduction in bandwidth. Today NGCodec’s encoders are available in the Amazon AWS EC2 Cloud and the Huawei Cloud for customers seeking public cloud video encoding. The NGCodec cloud encoding developer kit is now available for developers seeking private cloud solutions with the ability to perform real time encoding of broadcast-quality video to H.265/HEVC and VP9. Upcoming AV1 support and double density encoding - a 2X performance improvement - are coming later in 2019.
ULTRA LOW LATENCY VIRTUAL AND
AUGMENTED REALITY CLOUD STREAMING
NGCodec is developing solutions for delivering virtual and augmented reality from the cloud utilizing ultra-low latency encoding on modern codecs. In partnership with Ericsson the company has provided the first demo of interactive VR on a live 5G network at the Ericsson Silicon Valley Experience Center, encoding video to H.265/HEVC at less than 20Mbits/second using the HTC Vive at full resolution and frame-rate spec with no perceived latency when compared to use on a desktop PC.