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"Things have actually gotten better over the last year, because the H.264 standard has become the focal point of technologies that can actually take an H.264 stream and transmux it, which basically means put it in a different container format, for multiple targets," said Ozer. Wowza Media Server 2 was the first tool he saw that could do that, he added.
"If you're producing today, typically your high-level challenges are, number one, I need a desktop technology, and that can be Flash or Silverlight, and number two, I want to hit iDevices, and number three, then you'll start to look at the other mobile devices out there," said Ozer.
No longer having to encode separately for the desktop and Apple iOS devices has been a big time-saver.
For more from Ozer, watch the full interview below.
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011
- Power (clock tree power reduction up to 30 percent and total power improvements of up to 10 percent),
- Performance (improvements of up to 100 MHz for a GHz design), and
- Area (clock tree area reduction up to 30 percent)
Monday, July 11, 2011
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|Bluespec Core Technology|
|Bluespec Compiler (BSC)||Compiles a high-level model, transactor, test bench or implementation into Verilog RTL or SystemC|
|Bluespec Simulator (Bluesim)||Simulates Bluespec designs 5X-20X faster than RTL|
|Bluespec Development Workstation (BDW)||Provides a high-level GUI-based development environment for the design, analysis and debug of Bluespec designs|
|emVM||Provides debug, instrumentation & co-emulation for easy emulation of synthesizable models and legacy RTL with third-party FPGA boards/emulators|
- The Bluespec Reference Guide is a detailed language reference manual including full documentation for the library packages
- The BSV User Guide describes the mechanics of running the Bluespec tools, from either the development workstation or the command line, including complete descriptions of compiler flags and Bluesim documentation.
- This Bluespec example book teaches the BSV language through small, complete, executable BSV programs. While not an exhaustive reference manual of all BSV features, it describes many of the most commonly used features. A tar file containing all examples in machine-readable form is also provided.
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- This emVM Use Guide document describes Bluespec's emVM environment for implementing software-hardware co-emulation with FPGAs.
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Friday, July 1, 2011
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