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September 17, 2010

Ittiam introduces Android-based video phone

Features 720p media playback offering on TI's OMAP3530 processor

By CBR Staff Writer

Ittiam has announced its ready-to-integrate video phone system on the Android operating system, which delivers VGA-class communication at full frame rate H.264 and a high-definition (HD), multi-format 720p media player, supporting up to 30 frames per second.

The company said that the complete system runs on the OMAP3530 processor from Texas Instruments (TI) and can facilitate designs where portability and low power are of prime importance.

In addition, this software offering encapsulates Ittiam’s technologies in audio video synchronisation, echo cancellation, communication grade latency, interoperability and quality of service over public networks.

The video phone system enables integration of video communication into consumer-oriented, Android-based products, such as tablets, desktop video phones, smartphones, Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs), and digital photo frames.

Ittiam’s Android offerings include the complete stack from hardware, board support package (BSP), media system and the application.

It also includes application-specific, end-to-end Android implementations involving customisation tailored to customer’s devices.

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