Moto Transcoder Goes Gigapixel

At Expo, Motorola Mobility is introducing a 3 gigapixel ABR transcoder, the GT-3. It's designed to process 3 billion pixels of video content per second, equivalent to nearly 50 HD programs, and to be 10 times the density of server-based ABR solutions. It features support for up to 24 inputs and up to 16 output streams per input program.

At Expo, the GT-3 is powering Motorola's live multiscreen booth demonstration. The integrated demo also features the company's Medios DreamGallery, Medios SecureMedia, EDGE device management, nDVR technology (M3 Media Server, Streamer, and Recorder), and IP set-tops, video gateways, tablets and smartphones.

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