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Ace Thought Launches H.265/HEVC Video Decoder Software for ARM and x86 Processors



- Enables 60 fps playback of 1080p content on quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 processors -

Chandigarh, India, Feb 24, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Ace Thought Technologies, a leading provider of media processing software, has announced the release of highly optimized, multi-threaded, power efficient and real-time H.265/HEVC video decoder software for ARM Cortex-A series and x86 processors. The software enables a rich entertainment experience across smart-phones, tablets, set-top boxes, smart TVs and connected devices.

The HEVC decoder for ARM processor provides scalable performance by utilizing ARM NEON SIMD and multi-core processor technologies. It is scalable up to 8 cores and enables 60 fps playback of 1080p HD resolution content on quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 processor. The software enables the creation of high-quality player application on existing Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8 based tablets and smart-phones.

The HEVC decoder for x86 processors enables 60fps playback of 4K resolution content on quad-core x86 processors. This decoder is scalable up to 8 cores and utilizes the SIMD instruction set of x86 processors, adopting HEVC content delivery on current and previous generation x86 processors.

"The multi-threaded HEVC video decoder opens up exciting possibilities for our clients. They can offer high quality video solutions at half the bit-rate as compared to H.264 standard", said Munish Jindal, CEO at Ace Thought Technologies. "The scalable design of HEVC video decoder allows it to efficiently support single, dual, quad and octa-core application processors in a single library, thereby, enabling high quality performance at low cost."

Ace Thought Technologies will be visiting Mobile World Congress 2014 from 24 - 27 February in Barcelona. To arrange a meeting or a demo, please email at [email protected].

About Ace Thought Technologies

Ace Thought Technologies is a developer of multimedia software products and high performance computing services, offering highly efficient software video codecs such as HEVC, H.264, VC1, H.263, MPEG-4, and MPEG-2 on ARM and x86 processors. The Company is among the top providers of the industry's best H.265/HEVC and H.264/AVC video decoders.

Ace Thought has a team of highly experienced and innovative engineers who work on delivering excellence in software services in high performance computing (HPC), Parallel Computing, OpenCL kernel development, Audio/Video codec development & optimization, Application development on Android & iOS and Multimedia Middleware Integration using Media Frameworks, Streaming Protocols & Audio/Video Codecs. For further details, please visit www.acethought.com.

Contact:

Nitika Singla
VP, Sales & Marketing,
Ace Thought Technologies
M: + 91 9478019015
[email protected]
http://www.acethought.com

Source: Ace Thought Technologies

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