V-Nova Demonstrates PERSEUS video compression at NAB

V-Nova’s PERSEUS advanced video compression technology enables broadcasters and operators to differentiate their products, increase market penetration and provide previously and otherwise undeliverable services.

PERSEUS has been developed and tested over the past five years with more than 20 global industry leaders. This highly efficient compression platform is more than three times more efficient than other compression platforms. Significantly reduces processing time. It provides a seamless, adaptive streaming from an singoe encode and the ability to make continuous, frame-by-frame amd "on the fly" bityrate changes.

HD video can be live encoded below 500 kbits/s without loss of picture or viewing continuity.

Upgrades of existing ecosystem can be done with a simple software update, ie "over the air".

Easily integrates with standard interfaces and APIs.

With broadcast transmissions, PERSEUS (multi-scale) is more than five times more efficient than other compression systems.

With on demand, PERSEUS is more than six times more efficient that other compression systems.

Broadcasters can send 4K material in the bandwidth occupied by a standard HD channel, an HD channel in the same bandwidth as a current SD channel and SD in a current voice-grade bandwidth channel.

V-NOVA can be seen in the Hitachi booth SL 3910, and Encompass Digital Media booth SU 3421, and Elber booth SU 3710.

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