Leadcore Leverages Hantro Video IP
Apr 19, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
VeriSilicon Holdings Co., a custom silicon solutions and semiconductor IP provider, announced that the Hantro G1 Multi-format Decoder and Hantro H1 Multi-format Encoder have been adopted by Leadcore Technology Co., a TD-SCDMA and TDD-LTE telecom technology and solution company in China, in its series of high performance application processor chips.
According to a release, Hantro Video IPs enable Leadcore's products to achieve full HD, 60 frames-per-second video decoding and encoding capability, while supporting multiple video formats such as VP8 for WebM and WebRTC, H.264, MVC, MPEG-2/4, DivX, VC-1, RealVideo, AVS, and more.
"We have been working with Leadcore since their inception," said Dr. Wayne Dai, President and CEO of VeriSilicon. "We are confident that the 12th generation of Hantro video hardware decoder and encoder is the best choice for mobile internet devices to meet increasing demand on video performance."
As an eco-system partner of WebM Project, the Company noted that a Google initiative to promote open and royalty free media format, VeriSilicon can commercially license the Hantro G1 Multi-format Decoder and Hantro H1 Multi-format Encoder products to worldwide semiconductor companies and modify and enhance the Hantro Video IP through architecture modifications and feature enhancements. Hantro Video IPis deployed in more than one billion chips worldwide and used by more than 70 semiconductor companies.
"Hantro IP enables us to demonstrate the power efficiency and cost effectiveness of our video capability. We appreciate VeriSilicon's excellent technology strength and strong customer support," says Jitang Liu, Vice President of Leadcore. "Our products support multiple video formats including VP8, and have been used in many well known smart phones and tablets."
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