Envivio, Broadcom Team on HEVC

March 27, 2013
Envivio (NASDAQ:ENVI) announced its HEVC Early Access Program for customers seeking to implement HEVC (H.265) encoding. HEVC for live or on-demand applications is expected to be available for new installations or as a software upgrade for Muse customers who run ...
Envivio (NASDAQ:ENVI) announced its HEVC Early Access Program for customers seeking to implement HEVC (H.265) encoding. HEVC for live or on-demand applications is expected to be available for new installations or as a software upgrade for Muse customers who run their encoding services on the latest generation 4Caster G4 appliance or HP blade servers. Initial HEVC software deployments are expected to begin with selected customers in Q2 2013.Envivio and Broadcom (NASDAQ:BRCM) are working on HEVC encoder and decoder interoperability in order to provide a solution ahead of commercial market deployments. The two companies will demonstrate their technology at NAB 2013, featuring HEVC streams in HD encoded by Envivio Muse and decoded by the Broadcom BCM7445.

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