Thruput MIDAS Video Processor Features LatticeXP2 FPGA Devices

The MIDAS real-time video processor, which features 17 highly integrated LatticeXP2 FPGA devices, is a dedicated hardware solution for control and manipulation of DVI video sources. The video processing platform has eight dual-link inputs and can drive up to three full resolution monitors. Video is processed through a high-speed, exclusive video hardware data path that provides a deterministic latency and controlled failure modes. The MIDAS video outputs use the LatticeXP2 FPGAs to provide precise timing and full synchronization.

Thruput MIDAS Real Time Video Processor Features

  • Implemented with 17 highly integrated LatticeXP2 FPGAs
  • LatticeXP2 FPGA devices provide precise timing and full synchronization
  • Modular technology based on 8 input 3 output units
  • All ports DVI-Dual link capable
  • Multi-layering technology with independent cut, crop, position, transparency and colour mapping
  • Full frame-rate video integration and switching
  • Ultra-reliable hardware only solution, without operating system or removable media
  • Pixel perfect real-time video processing
  • Move and position live video feeds across multiple screens
  • Ultra-low power use and near silent when in operation
  • Selectable area-of-interest, with control of key regions including colour filtering and mapping

More info: Lattice Semiconductor | Thruput