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Cover-Slash CAPEX, OPEX, and Carbon Emissions
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Slash CAPEX, OPEX, and Carbon Emissions with T408

DOWNLOAD THE WHITE PAPER Real-time streaming experiences like live events, interactive video, cloud gaming, video communications, and virtual worlds are seeing massive consumer adoption. Meeting

Eco-Friendly Video Encoding Servers
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Eco-Friendly Video Encoding Servers

In 2022, both the public and private sectors are increasingly calling for hyper-scale video services and streaming platforms to reduce their environmental impact. To accomplish

NETINT-Quadra v Argos that is a question
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Argos for the Rest of Us – With AV1

  We’ve been shipping ASIC-based transcoders since 2019! When Google announced the ASIC-based Argos VCU in 2021, the trade press rightfully applauded. CNET announced that “Google supercharges

Interactive Applications Powered by Video at the Cloud Edge
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Interactive Applications Powered by Video

  ASIC-based video encoders deliver the TCO required for cloud gaming, RTC, and interactive video applications. This article describes the future of video streaming and

Canonical, Ampere and Netint Video Encoding in the Cloud on Arm
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Video Encoding in the Cloud on Arm

By deploying Android in the cloud, mobile gaming applications can be virtualized to deliver a scalable and efficient platform that combines hardware and software for

NETINT Technologies Joins the Alliance for Open Media
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NETINT Joins the Alliance for Open Media

WAKEFIELD, Mass. – March 30, 2021 – The Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) today announced that NETINT Technologies, an innovator of ASIC-based video processing solutions for low-latency video transcoding,

Streaming Video: How ASICs Can Save The Planet
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How ASICs Can Save The Planet

Earth day includes three days of events focused on global climate action. For most participants, Earth day is more than three days to act compulsory about

Ultra Low Latency for Cloud Video Applications
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Ultra-Low Latency Cloud Video Applications

The Case for Ultra-low Latency Performance Emerging video services require encoding technology that can scale economically to any number of users. Cloud streaming is extremely