Bangalore, India, March 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Tatvik Technologies, a provider of leading multimedia solutions for Mobile phones and handhelds, has started providing software VP-8 video decoder optimized for Cortex-A8 using ARM NEON technology. This is in addition to company’s existing efficient and world leading standard based video codec solutions.
Google’s VP8 video is a part of WebM container format, which is targeted at providing multimedia to internet connected devices with HTML5 video. The availability of high performance VP8 video software decoder would enable early adoption of WebM as container format of choice for HTML5 video across different devices varying from Desktop PCs to Smart phones. Using NEON technology of Cortex-A8, Tatvik has achieved high performance of VP8 video decoding on Cortex-A8 based mobile devices, thereby delivering higher resolutions, higher frame rates and longer battery life. Cortex-A8 optimized VP8 decoder from Tatvik is available for licensing on Android, Linux, Symbian, Windows Mobile and iOS based mobile devices.
About Tatvik Technologies:
Tatvik Technologies is a provider of high performance software codec solutions for embedded devices, handhelds and desktop PCs. Tatvik provides software solutions for video/image codec standards (H.264, H.263, MPEG-4, MPEG-2, VC-1, MJPEG, JPEG), audio/speech codec standards (mp3, AAC, HE-AAC, BSAC), media containers (mp4, 3gp, MPEG-2 TS, MPEG-2 PS, FLV), streaming components (RTP, RTSP, SDP) and solutions (streaming player, file based player, A/V synch). Tatvik supports codecs on virtually every processor/DSP including ARM9, ARM11, Cortex-A8, XScale PXA27x, PXA 32x, MIPS, ZSP500, Renesas SH3, SH4, TI C64x+, x86) on wide variety of platforms (Symbian, Windows Mobile, Linux, Android, iOS, uITRON, QNX, Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7). In addition to product licensing, Tatvik also provides engineering services for Application Development on Symbian, Windows Mobile, Android, Linux, iOS, Windows. For more information, please visit: http://www.tatvik.com.