MulticoreWare Forms Open Media Advisory Board (Open-MAB) with Industry Experts to Guide Open-source Media Codec Development

  • On April 9, 2018
Saratoga, CA / April 9, 2018 – MulticoreWare Inc., the creators of the popular open-source HEVC encoder x265 announced the formation of the Open-Media Advisory Board (Open-MAB). The focus of Open-MAB will be to guide the development roadmap of current and future open-source video encoders, like x265, and ensure their relevance and wide-spread adoption in the […]
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MulticoreWare announces series of AI-enabled Media Analytics solutions for Broadcast, OTT streaming, Post-production, Surveillance & Security markets

  • On April 9, 2018
Saratoga, CA / April 9, 2018 – MulticoreWare has formed the Media and AI-analytics business unit to leverage its expertise in GPU computing, deep-learning, and video processing to solve problems faced by the media industry at large. This business unit will deliver solutions in video codecs, real time object detection and tracking, object counting, pose estimation […]
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MulticoreWare achieves 18% performance boost on the x265 video codec with Intel® AVX-512 Instructions for high quality encoding of 4K HDR content

  • On April 9, 2018
Saratoga, CA / April 9, 2018 – The benefits of deploying Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors for encoding OTT and broadcast content to HEVC just became more compelling with the combined efforts of MulticoreWare Inc. and Intel Corporation to accelerate the popular open-source HEVC encoder, x265, with Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512). With a careful […]
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Visit MulticoreWare on the show floor at NAB 2018, SU14708

  • On March 28, 2018
Stop by the MulticoreWare’s booth at SU14708 (South Hall-Upper) to understand how your business can leverage our expertise in high performance heterogeneous computing, Machine Learning, and Video Technologies to transform the digital experience that you deliver to your customers! Our head-turning demos at NAB 2018 will include: A Machine Learning accelerated [x265], the leading open-source […]
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MulticoreWare Demos LipSync Technology to Automatically Detect Audio-Video Synchronization Using Deep Learning and GPUs at NAB 2017

  • On April 20, 2017
Saratoga, CA / April 20, 2017 – MulticoreWare, developers of the x265 HEVC video encoder, are showcasing LipSync, a technology that uses deep learning and artificial intelligence to automatically detect audio-video synchronization errors in video streams and files.  MulticoreWare will demo LipSync on the showfloor of the 2017 National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB 2017) […]
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MulticoreWare and Cadence Target Embedded Neural Network Applications

  • On May 2, 2016
MulticoreWare has partnered with Cadence to develop high-performance convolutional neural-network (CNN) applications on their latest Vision P5 and Vision P6 DSPs. “We have been working closely with Cadence to develop CNN-based vision applications. Features such as wide vector SIMD processing, VLIW instructions, and fast histogram and scatter/gather intrinsics make it an ideal platform for demanding CNN […]
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MulticoreWare Announces UHDkit Advanced HEVC Video Encoding Library, powered by x265

  • On April 18, 2016
Developers of x265, the world’s leading HEVC / H.265 encoder, debut an extended library for faster, more efficient HEVC video encoding. SUNNYVALE, Calif., April 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — MulticoreWare, developers of the category-leading x265 HEVC video encoder, announce the immediate availability of UHDkit, an extended encoding library built on top of the x265 HEVC encoder. […]
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MulticoreWare Announces Release of New MxPA OpenCL compiler for DSPs

  • On March 16, 2016
MulticoreWare Brings Unprecedented Performance and Productivity to New Processor Platforms (SUNNYVALE, CA) March 16, 2015 – In the highly competitive mobile and embedded device markets, manufacturers are increasingly developing sophisticated applications that rely on powerful image processing algorithms for gesture recognition, object recognition, 3D scanning and modeling, augmented reality, computational photography, etc. New processor architectures, […]
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x265 rated best overall HEVC encoder

  • On October 26, 2015
The x265 HEVC encoder has been rated as the best overall encoder in the first HEVC codec comparison by the Moscow State University Graphics & Media Lab. Moscow State University has been studying video compression for many years, and their regular codec comparison reports are well known for being comprehensive and thorough investigations of video encoder […]
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