Ittiam launches video phone system for Android OS

Friday 17 September 2010 | 09:21 CET | News
Digital signal processing systems specialist Ittiam Systems has launched its ready-to-integrate video phone system on the Android operating system. The video phone offering from Ittiam delivers VGA-class communication at full frame rate H.264 and HD multi-format media player, supporting up to 30 frames per second. The system runs on the Omap3530 processor from Texas Instruments and can facilitate designs where portability and low power are required. In addition, this software encapsulates Ittiam's technologies in audio video synchronisation, echo cancellation, communication grade latency and

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ittiam Systems / Texas Instruments
Countries: World
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