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Cezzer Selects TI’s Processor to Launch VoD Terminal

June 24, 2008

Texas Instruments has said that Cezzer Multimedia Technologies has selected its TMS320DM644x digital media processor based on DaVinci technology, to launch a high-definition video-on-demand terminal, the Cezzer videoclub, which can provide VoD to internet subscribers who have an unlimited internet connection.

Cezzer’s HD40 VoD videoclub terminal utilizes TI’s DM644x system-on-chip (SoC) digital media processor as its sole processor. The DM644x is based on TI’s TMS320C64x+ core and an ARM926EJ-S. The C64x+ core performs WMV9/AC-1 720p video decoding, while the device’s ARM9 implements I/Os and Microsoft DRM.

Patrick Touzeau, CEO of Cezzer Multimedia Technologies, said: “Thanks to DaVinci technology we were able to develop our HD40 videoclub in just 18 months with a small engineering team. This is our first product, and we value the range of development tools and the expert support of TI’s field application engineers.”




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