Sencore Adopts intoPIX JPEG2000

Compression specialist IntoPIX has had its JPEG2000 codec licensed by Sencore for it new line of SDI2X products.

The integration of the intoPIX cores will enable Sencore to support next-generation broadcasting services, including VSF TR01 standard.     

“We are excited to provide our advanced JPEG2000 Low Latency technology to Sencore, a company with such an impressive and long-standing industry reputation,” said Katty Van Mele, Director of Business Development at intoPIX.

“We selected intoPIX because of their market recognized expertise in JPEG2000 for broadcast. Known for their innovations in compression technologies, intoPIX is delivering JPEG2000 cores that can reach less than 10 milliseconds of end-to-end latency, and a quality outperforming those of alternative solutions in the market. They are delivering more than a standard implementation of J2K because of their continued innovation.” said Aaron Doughten, Senior Product Manager at Sencore.

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