NETINT Breaks Into the Streaming Media 100 List 2023

NETINT joins the prestigious Streaming Media 100 List for 2023. Recognized for their pioneering ASIC-based transcoders, celebrated for innovation in live streaming, cloud gaming, and surveillance.

NETINT is proud to be included in the Streaming Media list of the Top 100 Companies in the Streaming Media Universe, which “set themselves apart from the crowd with their innovative approach and their contribution to the expansion and maturation of the streaming media universe.”

The list is compiled by members of Streaming Media Magazine’s inner circle and “foregrounds the industry’s most innovative and influential technology suppliers, service providers, platforms, and media and content companies, as acclaimed by our editorial team. Some are large and established industry standard-bearers, while others are comparably small and relatively new arrivals that are just beginning to make a splash.”

Commenting on the Award, Alex Lui, NETINT CEO said, “Over the last twelve months, video engineers have increasingly recognized the unique value that ASIC-based transcoders deliver to the live streaming, cloud gaming, and surveillance markets, including the lowest cost and power consumption per stream, and the highest density. Our entire company appreciates that insiders at Streaming Media share this assessment.”

“Over the last twelve months, video engineers have increasingly recognized the unique value that ASIC-based transcoders deliver to the live streaming, cloud gaming, and surveillance markets, including the lowest cost and power consumption per stream, and the highest density. Our entire company appreciates that insiders at Streaming Media share this assessment.”

NETINT - Streaming Media 100 in 2023

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Norsk and NETINT: Elevating Live Streaming Efficiency

With the growing demand for high-quality viewing experiences and the heightened attention on cost efficiency and environmental impact,  hardware acceleration plays an ever-more-crucial role in live streaming.

Here at NETINT, we want users to take full advantage of our transcoding hardware, so we’re pleased to announce that id3as NORSK now offers exceptionally efficient support for NETINT’s T408 and Quadra video processing unit (VPU) modules.

Here at NETINT, we want users to take full advantage of our transcoding hardware, so we’re pleased to announce that id3as NORSK now offers exceptionally efficient support for NETINT’s T408 and Quadra video processing unit (VPU) modules.

Using NETINT VPU’s, users can leverage the Norsk low-code live streaming SDK to achieve higher throughput and greater efficiency compared to running software on CPUs in on-prem or cloud configurations. Combined with Norsk’s proven high-availability track record, this makes it easy to deliver exceptional services with maximum reliability and performance at a never-before-available OPEX. 

Norsk and NETINT.

Norsk also takes advantage of Quadra’s hardware acceleration and onboard scaling to achieve complex compositions like picture-in-picture and resizing directly on the card. Even better, Norsk’s built-in ability to “do the right thing” also means that it knows when it can take advantage of hardware acceleration and when it can’t.  

 

For example, if you’re running Norsk on the T408, decoding will take place on the card, but Norsk will automatically utilize the host CPU for functions like picture-in-picture and resizing that the T408 doesn’t natively support, before returning the enriched media to the card for encoding (Scaling and resizing functions are native to Quadra VPUs so are performed onboard without the host CPU). 

 

“As founding members of Greening of Streaming, we’re keenly aware of the pressing need to focus on energy efficiency at every point of the video stack,” says Norsk CEO Adrian Roe. “By utilizing the Quadra and T408 VPU modules, users can reduce energy usage while achieving maximum performance even on compute-intensive tasks. With Norsk seamlessly running on NETINT hardware, live streaming services can consume as little energy as possible while delivering a fantastic experience to their customers.” 

“By utilizing the Quadra and T408 VPU modules, users can reduce energy usage while achieving maximum performance even on compute-intensive tasks. With Norsk seamlessly running on NETINT hardware, live streaming services can consume as little energy as possible while delivering a fantastic experience to their customers.” 

– Norsk CEO Adrian Roe. 

“Id3as has proven expertise in helping its customers produce polished, high-volume, compelling productions, and as a product, Norsk makes that expertise widely accessible,” commented Alex Liu, NETINT founder and COO. “With Norsk’s deep integration with our T408 and Quadra products, this partnership makes NETINT’s proven ASIC-based technology available to any video engineer seeking to create high-quality productions at scale.” 

“With Norsk’s deep integration with our T408 and Quadra products, this partnership makes NETINT’s proven ASIC-based technology available to any video engineer seeking to create high-quality productions at scale.”  

– Alex Liu, NETINT founder and COO.

Both Norsk and NETINT will be at IBC in Amsterdam, September 15-18. Click to request a meeting with Norsk, or NETINT, and/or visit NETINT at booth 5.A86

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