Xilinx will introduce programmable solutions to improve system integration and enable designers to quickly develop new features into broadcast systems at IBC 2012. Xilinx will showcase All Programmable devices and software that enable flexible adaptation throughout design and into production to meet ever evolving industry content delivery and display standards. IBC 2012 will take place September 6-11 at the RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre. Xilinx will be exhibiting in booth #10.B25.
At the National Association of Broadcasters Show, Xilinx will showcase programmable platforms for building the next generation of broadcast video production equipment. NAB will take place April 14-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The NAB Show is the world’s largest electronic media show covering filmed entertainment and the development, management and delivery of content across all mediums. Xilinx will be exhibiting in booth #N4319.
Xilinx rolled out their SMPTE 2022-5/-6 intellectual property core. The core is ideal for developing internet protocol based systems needed to reduce the cost of transporting raw, high-bit video from remote events, to studios, to post editing houses, and other points along the production process. The Xilinx SMPTE 2022-5/-6 intellectual property core is available now through early access. The core will be available as a Xilinx LogiCORE IP core in the first quarter of 2012.
Xilinx will take part in IBC 2011. The company will demonstrate programmable platforms that assist broadcast equipment makers in building systems capable of delivering content over traditional SD/HD/3G-SDI and AES3 connections as well as bridging to video over IP networks whilst maintaining highest possible video quality. IBC 2011 will take September 8-13 in Amsterdam.
Xilinx introduced their Broadcast Real-Time Video Engine Targeted Design Platform. The Real-Time Video Engine Targeted Design Platform consists of a broadcast-quality Video and Image Processing IP pack. The Xilinx Video and Imaging Processing IP pack is priced at $3,000 and will be available at the end of April. Xilinx also rolled out the SMPTE2022 IP core, which helps engineers speed the development of hardware to process high quality video and deliver it at rates as high as 10 Gbps over Internet Protocol. The Xilinx core will be available in the fourth quarter of this year.
Xilinx introduced the Spartan-6 FPGA Broadcast Connectivity Kit and Broadcast Processing Engine IP core. The development platform is ideal for engineers working on 3D TV broadcast and other high definition video applications. The Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA Broadcast Connectivity Kit and Broadcast Processing Engine IP core enable broadcast system designers to build full systems for high-speed transmission and real-time processing of video in a full range of professional broadcast applications (such as cameras, switchers, routers, encoders, monitors and cinema projectors).
At the 2010 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, Altera will showcase a range of FPGA devices and complete solutions for the broadcast industry. At the show, Altera will demonstrate the broadcast performance capabilities of Cyclone, Arria, and Stratix FPGA families and HardCopy ASICs. Altera’s FPGA and ASIC devices help designers achieve optimal price, performance, and power for broadcast applications. 2010 NAB will take palce in Las Vegas Convention Center from Monday, April 12, to Thursday, April 15, 2010.