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May 21, 2009

LSI introduces Video Processing Software for LSI StarPro

LSI, a provider of silicon systems and software technologies, brings out the multimedia transcoding software for the LSI StarPro multicore media processors family.

By CBR Staff Writer

The new transcoding software, incorporating advanced techniques to process various video formats, provides multi-channel and multimedia processing. It enables OEMs to meet the high-definition quality requirements for video collaboration services.

Real-time, multimedia collaboration services are useful tool for businesses and individuals. The Video Processing software enables flexible solutions for ‘any-to-any’ video communications and collaboration through media gateways. The software is available for use with the StarPro SP2600 family of media processors.

Will Strauss, principal analyst with Forward Concepts, said: Demand for high-definition video is growing rapidly, and it is critical to support services that provide high-quality video regardless of the format and resolution of the end points. With the introduction of their video processing software, LSI offers a low-cost, high-performance solution for a broad spectrum of digital video applications.

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