AMD, ARM, Nvidia join Alliance for Open Media

Thursday 7 April 2016 | 09:25 CET | News
The Alliance for Open Media, an open-source project to develop next-generation media formats and codecs, has announced that IP provider ARM and semiconductor companies AMD and Nvidia have joined the consortium set up by founding members Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla and Netflix. With a view to encouraging the development of a next-generation video format, the Alliance also announced the public availability of its AOMedia Video source code as an open source project. The Alliance said it welcomes contribution from the broader developer community to help AOMedia Video meet

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Companies: AMD / ARM / Nvidia
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