Ambarella has this week announced the arrival of new video processing chips it has created that are capable of recording 4K video footage.
The new Ambarella S2 System-on-Chip (SoC) processors is based on a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor and a high-end video processing component that delivers multi-stream H.264 encoding up to 4K.
Fermi Wang, president and chief executive of Ambarella explained: “By delivering 4K video and multi-core CPU performance in a 32nm low-power design, Ambarella is enabling high-resolution video in compact camera form factors,”-“With S2, our customers have a flexible platform to create highly intelligent IP cameras that have outstanding image clarity.”
The new Ambarella chips which are now available to qualified customers, have been designed to support video camera with features such as panoramic photos, hardware face detection, digital pan-tilt-zoom, image stabilisation, WiFi connectivity, cloud services, local SD Card recording to name just a few.
Source: Venture Beat
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