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Z3 Technology Launches Video Infrastructure Solution

The Z3-DM8168-VI-RPS works in applications such as broadcast video encoding and decoding, real-time transcoding at 1080p60, security and surveillance, video conferencing and industrial video processing
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Z3 Technology, a provider of low power, multimedia modules and systems, launches the Z3-DM8168-VI-RPS, a video infrastructure solution that works in applications such as broadcast video encoding and decoding, real-time transcoding at 1080p60, security and surveillance, video conferencing and industrial video processing.

The Z3-DM8168-VI-RPS system consists of both hardware and software with the hardware on a module card and a video infrastructure application board, and the Z3-DM8168-APP-32, which provides advanced video input capabilities. The bundled software includes all necessary components for the user to develop their own advanced multimedia, graphics and DSP applications.

The software provided includes pre-loaded encoder and decoder Z3 applications, Linux, EZSDK and OpenMAX-IL framework. Measuring 88mm x 108mm, the Z3-DM8168-MOD-24 is a compact OEM module, supporting H.264 codec at up to two channels of 1080p at 60 frames per second (fps) encode and stream, decode from stream or store in applications such as real time transcoding, broadcast video encoding and decoding, medical and industrial video, video conference terminals and high-definition embedded video sub-systems.

The Z3-DM8168-VI-RPS provides an out-of-the-box video infrastructure system that a customer can immediately use for broadcast, security and industrial applications, said Aaron Caldwell, Z3 Technology’s CEO.

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