Sunday, May 29, 2011

Cavium Debuts PureVu Processors for WiFi-Based Wireless Display and Home Video

Cavium Networks introduced its new line of "PureVu" CNW66xx SoC video processors capable of addressing the growing market demand for universal wireless display receivers at a low price point with up to 1080p resolution.

The new ARM CPU core-based processor family can support a wide range of home networking and wireless video transmission protocols including Cavium's WiVu, WiFi Alliance 802.11-based wireless display standard (WFD), and DLNA. The multi-format video processing engine is capable of decoding up to 1920x1080 p30/i60 resolution for a wide range of video standards including MPEG2, H.264, MPEG4, AVS, VC-1, and MJPEG.

Cavium also offers a separate processor line that targets high-end, fully interactive, 2D and 3D home theater solutions.

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