January 25, 2013 – San Jose, CA – NGCodec.com today exited 6 months of stealth development to announce the company and provide first information on its HEVC encoder semiconductor IP offering and free HEVC 4K compliance test clips.

Ten years after the development of the world’s most popular video codec (AVC/H.264), the collaboration of MPEG and ITU (JCT-VC) has again delivered a codec, which can reduce the bit rates of video by 50% whilst delivering the same quality. This is a huge achievement and a credit to the skills and dedication of the JCT-VC.

NGCodec is building a state of the art HEVC video encoder, which will first be implemented in FPGA’s. Later the same design will be optimized for ASSP’s. The video encoder is available for license now for implementation in FPGA’s targeting the following markets: enterprise videoconferencing and telepresence, real time broadcast encoders, wireless cameras and surveillance applications.

“NGCodec is building the Next Generation video encoder leveraging the talent at W&W Communications which delivered the world’s lowest latency H.264 encoder and the world’s first 1080p30 H.264 encoder in a single FPGA” said Oliver Gunasekara, Co-Founder, President and CEO at NGCodec Inc.

NGCodec is an active member of the JCT-VC. NGCodec is contributing compliance test clips to the JCT-VC and has decided to make available free of charge additional HEVC compliance test clips on NGCodec.com/compliance.

NGCodec.com is a privately held company based in San Jose, California that is developing a state of the art 4K HEVC/AVC video encoder as a semiconductor IP core targeting both FPGA’s and ASSP’s. NGCodec is also providing free HEVC compliance test clips on NGCodec.com/compliance. Follow @NGCodec on Twitter® for further information.

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For further info please contact:

Oliver.Gunasekara@NGCodec.com

+1 408 660 3189

 

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