To accomplish its mission, intoPIX will develop and market intellectual properties empowering and protecting visual communication between people.
Positioned as technology provider, intoPIX will provide a faster and easier access to new emerging image technologies.
ntoPIX new IEEE 802.1and IEEE1722 Ethernet AVB (Audio Video Bridging) FPGA IP-cores has conceived to boost the Broadcast studios and facilities transition towards a fully networked infrastructure with a cost effective and future-proof standard that offers a maximum of reliability, quality and interoperability.
The JPEG 2000 Broadcast family has been designed to respond to the various applications of the Broadcast markets. We guarantee perfect interoperability with every SD and HD standards in terms of frame rates and resolutions. Its modules provide, in a single FPGA, multi-channel operations representing a total of 240 full resolution progressive frames per second, real time.
Benefiting from more than 10 years of research and expertise development in cryptographic hardware and watermarking , intoPIX provides a broad range of silicon-proven security IP-Cores dedicated to Broadcast, Video Transmission, Postproduction, Archiving, Digital Cinema applications ...
The IPX-UDP receives UDP packets (including video/audio assets) on a gigabit Ethernet link.
The MAC controller is based on the Tri-Mode MAC controller that is hard-coded from the Virtex-5 SXT or LXT technology.
intoPIX configures the MAC controller with a specific MAC address read from a dedicated register and also sets up the external PHY chip.
Keeping image quality intact has always been the priority in the Archiving and Storage, but also in Post-Production, Contribution and Exhibition.
Nowadays, our digital era is associating this need with an increasingly pressing issue: increased resolution, frame rates and quality are making bandwidth and storage needs skyrocket. Cutting in half or even by three your storage and distribution needs while keeping every bit of information unaltered is now possible with the Mathematically Lossless processing of JPEG 2000 and the intoPIX M-Lossless family.