New Chip Enables Hollywood Video Quality For Home Use

Posted: Sep 13 2004, 3:29am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:56pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

New Chip enables Hollywood Video Quality for Home Use
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Silicon Optix announces the Realta with HQV technology, a powerful and fully programmable single-chip video processor that brings Teranex’s $60k Hollywood Quality Video to the home entertainment and professional large-area digital display markets.

The Realta chip combines Teranex’s trillion operation per second broadcast quality video processing with Silicon Optix’s proprietary geometric scaling technology to create a new standard for image quality, a standard Silicon Optix is calling “Hollywood Quality Video”, or HQV.

Dennis Crespo, VP of Marketing, Silicon Optix says: “With Realta’s HQV technology, consumers for the first time will be able to afford Teranex’s video processing excellence that the Hollywood community has enjoyed for years,” said Dennis Crespo, vice president of marketing, Silicon Optix. “As the Realta chip is integrated into home entertainment products the HQV logo will rapidly come to be synonymous with the very finest video display quality possible.”

We will look out for the first products featuring HQV, its still usually a long way from a chip to a product on the market.

More details on Silicon Optix Site.

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