Intel VCA Powers ATEME Compression Engine
ATEME uses Intel's VCA PCIe card to power Titan live encoding
ATEME has announced the availability of its new high video quality and high-density transcoding solution based on the Intel Visual Compute Accelerator (Intel VCA) card.
This new solution brings together the power of ATEME’s TITAN Live video compression platform with the integrated CPU and graphics processing capabilities of the Intel VCA — enabling ATEME to increase channel density by more than 10 × over platforms without Intel graphics capabilities, while maintaining high video quality. The result is a significant reduction in total-cost-of-ownership per transcode channel.
Based on the ATEME fifth-generation STREAM compression engine, this future-proof solution utilizes the full capabilities of Intel’s technology with support for H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC), supporting resolutions up to 4K-UHD.
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