Conexant Systems Inc. and Stretch Inc. today announced that they have developed a reference design for PC-based vid...
March 26, 2008
Conexant Systems Inc. and Stretch Inc. today announced that they have developed a reference design for PC-based video surveillance products with digital video recording (DVR) capabilities.
The design includes Conexant’s CX25853, the world’s first eight-channel video decoder, which allows users to capture and record multiple analog video streams simultaneously.
Video processing and compression functions are performed by Stretch’s software configurable S6100 and S6105 processors, which are designed for high-speed video and image processing.
“The high channel-density reference design includes an industry-standard PCI Express (PCI-e) interface that enables cost-effective and scalable video capture on PCs and other consumer electronics devices,” the companies said in a release.