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The insatiable appetite of streamers

They want nonstop, never-ending, high-resolution, non-buffering content everywhere. And they want it NOW!

Fueled by the pandemic, viewers have developed an addiction to continuous streaming and binge viewing. The average American spends more than 13 hours a day using some type of digital media. That’s more than half the day spent streaming, listening, and gaming. To support this accelerating rate of consumption, streaming platform providers must increase transcoder hardware investments, build more data centers, and boost energy consumption.

Global live streaming market will 2x in 4 yrs: $1.23 bil in 2022 - $2.61 bil by 2026.

Market Growth Factors:

5G internet’s low latency and rapid adoption of live streaming via social media are driving factors with OTT streaming in developing countries expected to grow highest

Market Restraining Factors:

Rising concern related to content piracy and protection hinder expansion.

Global live streaming market will 2x in 4 yrs: $1.23 bil in 2022 - $2.61 bil by 2026.

Market Growth Factors:

5G internet’s low latency and rapid adoption of live streaming via social media are driving factors with OTT streaming in developing countries expected to grow highest

Market Restraining Factors:

Rising concern related to content piracy and protection hinder expansion.

Smart VPU

ASIC Video Processing Unit, powered by AI

We created a new category of Smart VPUs to disrupt the previous limitations of video encoding for surveillance platforms. It is unique because it’s dense, cost effective, flexible, and AI-powered making it the smart technology for platforms to cut streaming costs 80% and hyper-scale profitably.

Smart VPU Trifecta

Highest Density

You can install 20 or more VPUs into a single server, minimizing your data center footprint. 

Lowest Cost

VPUs deliver more streams per device than CPU or GPU, which translates to the lowest available cost per stream (CAPEX). 

Lowest Power

Smart VPUs consume a fraction of the energy of other technologies, minimizing OPEX and carbon emissions. 

NEW FEATURE

All upside, no downside.

Dynamic bitrate reduction during live broadcast preserves bandwidth, cost and quality.

Bandwidth is a significant cost for live-streaming productions. Capped CRF is a bitrate control technique that reduces the bitrate of easy-to-encode footage while “capping” the bitrate of hard-to-encode footage so it doesn’t exceed the designated cap. You save bandwidth on the easy sequences and transcode harder sequences at existing bandwidth and quality levels. Smart VPUs watch your bottom line, so you don’t have to.

Mosaic display for conferencing

Smart VPUs efficiently scale in hardware using the FFmpeg Xstack filter, enabling customizable and responsive multi-window mosaic displays with minimum CPU utilization. 

Real time feels real

Logan and Quadra products deliver positive user experiences with their low latency capabilities.

Smart VPUs for Live Streaming

ASIC VPUs are engineered for live, high-volume streaming, interactive applications and the metaverse. They’re inexpensive, capable, flexible, exceptionally efficient and have built-in AI. Best of all, VPUs offer a simple upgrade path with drop-in replacement into enterprise-class NVMe servers.

Here’s a glance at all NETINT ASIC VPU products:

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T432 Video Transcoder - NETINT product line
Logan for matrix
Quadra for matrix
NETINT Technologies - Quadra T1U VPU (Video Processing Unit) - NETINT product line
NETINT Technologies - Quadra T1A VPU (Video Processing Unit) - NETINT product line
NETINT Technologies - Quadra T2A VPU (Video Processing Unit) - NETINT product line
1st Generation – VPU
2nd Generation – Smart VPUs
Modules
Server
Server
Modules
ASIC VPU

T408

ASIC VPU

T432

G4 VPU

Logan

G5 Smart VPU

Quadra

Ampere Edition

Quadra

Smart VPU

T1U

Smart VPU

T1A

Smart VPU

T2A

Architecture
x86
x86
ARM
CPU
AMD EPYC 7232P,
8/32/64-core options
AMD EPYC 7232P,
8/32/64 core options
Ampere Altra Max M96-28, 96-core
Server – 1RU
Supermicro
1114S-WN10RT
Supermicro
1114S-WN10RT
Supermicro Mega
DC ARS-110M-NR
ASIC Codensity chip
G4
G4 (4x)
G4, T408s (10x)
G5, T1Us (10x)
G5
G5
G5 (2x)
Price
$300
$1,200
starting at $7,000
starting at $19,000
$1,500
$1,500
$2,750
Form Factor
U.2
AIC, HHHL
1RU Server
1RU Server
U.2
AIC, HHHL
AIC, HHHL
Power Consumption
7W
27W
~400W
~500W
17W
20W
40W
Real-time Throughput Up to:
8x 1080p30
2x 4Kp30
32x 1080p30
8x 4Kp30
80x 1080p30
20x 4Kp30
320x 1080p30
80x 4Kp30
20x 8Kp30
32x 1080p30
8x 4Kp30
2x 8Kp30
32x 1080p30
8x 4Kp30
2x 8Kp30
64x 1080p30
16x 4Kp30
4x 8Kp30
Latency
12.8 ms
12.8 ms
12.8 ms
8 ms
8 ms
8 ms
8 ms
Encode Codecs
H.264, HEVC, YUV
H.264, HEVC, JPEG, YUV, AV1
Decode Codecs
H.264, HEVC, YUV
H.264, HEVC, JPEG, YUV, VP9
Audio Codecs
n/a
MP3, AAC-LC, HE-AAC
Features
Artificial Intelligence
n/a
n/a
n/a
150 TOPS
15 TOPS
18 TOPS
36 TOPS
New Capped CRF
Flexible GOP
Scaling
Cropping and Padding
Video Overlay
YUV / RGB Conversion
Configurable tuning of quality/throughput
n/a
n/a
n/a

Feature supported on VPU

Feature runs on host CPU

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T432 Video Transcoder - NETINT product line
Logan for matrix
1st Generation VPU
Modules
Server
ASIC VPU

T408

ASIC VPU

T432

G4 VPU

Logan

Architecture
x86
CPU
AMD EPYC 7232P,
8/32/64-core options
Server – 1RU
Supermicro 1114S-WN10RT
ASIC Codensity chip
G4
G4 (4x)
G4, T408s (10x)
Price
$300
$1,200
starting at $7,000
Form Factor
U.2
AIC, HHHL
1RU Server
Power Consumption
7W
27W
~400W
Real-time Throughput Up to:
8x 1080p30
2x 4Kp30
32x 1080p30
8x 4Kp30
80x 1080p30
20x 4Kp30
Latency
12.8 ms
12.8 ms
12.8 ms
Encode Codecs
H.264, HEVC, YUV
Decode Codecs
H.264, HEVC, YUV
Audio Codecs
n/a
Features
Artificial Intelligence
n/a
n/a
n/a
New Capped CRF
Flexible GOP
Scaling
Cropping and Padding
Video Overlay
YUV / RGB Conversion
Configurable tuning of quality/throughput
n/a
n/a
n/a

Feature supported on VPU

Feature runs on host CPU

Quadra for matrix
NETINT Technologies - Quadra T1U VPU (Video Processing Unit) - NETINT product line
NETINT Technologies - Quadra T1A VPU (Video Processing Unit) - NETINT product line
NETINT Technologies - Quadra T2A VPU (Video Processing Unit) - NETINT product line
2nd Generation – Smart VPUs
Server
Modules
G5 Smart VPU

Quadra

Ampere Edition

Quadra

Smart VPU

T1U

Smart VPU

T1A

Smart VPU

T2A

Architecture
x86
ARM
Architecture
AMD EPYC 7232P,
8/32/64 core options
AMD EPYC 7232P,
8/32/64 core options
Architecture
Supermicro
1114S-WN10RT
Supermicro Mega
DC ARS-110M-NR
ASIC Codensity chip
G5, T1Us (10x)
G5
G5
G5 (2x)
Price
starting at $19,000
$1,500
$1,500
$2,750
Form Factor
1RU Server
U.2
AIC, HHHL
AIC, HHHL
Power Consumption
~500W
17W
20W
40W
Real-time Throughput Up to:
320x 1080p30
80x 4Kp30
20x 8Kp30
32x 1080p30
8x 4Kp30
2x 8Kp30
32x 1080p30
8x 4Kp30
2x 8Kp30
64x 1080p30
16x 4Kp30
4x 8Kp30
Latency
8 ms
8 ms
8 ms
8 ms
Encode Codecs
H.264, HEVC, JPEG, YUV, AV1
Decode Codecs
H.264, HEVC, JPEG, YUV, VP9
Audio Codecs
MP3, AAC-LC, HE-AAC
Features
Artificial Intelligence
150 TOPS
15 TOPS
18 TOPS
36 TOPS
New Capped CRF
Peer-to-peer DMA
Cropping and Padding
Scaling
Video Overlay
Audio decode / encode
YUV / RGB Conversion
Configurable tuning of quality/throughput

Feature supported on VPU

Feature runs on host CPU

Server work flows

Logan Video Server

Quadra Video Server

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