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2009-03-31 13:22:00

Engineering reference designs accelerate time-to-market for new product development LAS VEGAS, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at the International Security Conference West trade show, Nuvation introduces a new IP Camera reference design featuring TI's TMS320DM365 digital media processor based on DaVinci(TM) technology. Nuvation is a leading Electronic Design Services (EDS) firm with extensive R&D capabilities and substantial intellectual property licensing portfolios for accelerating...

2009-03-02 07:07:00

Engineering reference designs accelerate time-to-market for new product development SAN JOSE, Calif., March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Nuvation, a leading Electronic Design Services (EDS) firm, introduces three new video security reference designs based on TI's new DaVinci(TM) DM357. "IP Cam Mini," the smallest IP Camera of its class "IP Cam PoE," a compact form factor IP Camera with Power over Ethernet (PoE) "IVS," an Intelligent Video Server for encoding and decoding audio/video in Video...

2008-09-15 09:00:16

ATLANTA, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- At the ASIS International trade show today, Nuvation, a leading Electronics Design Services firm, introduces the Multichannel Video Front End (McVFE) reference design for accelerating new product development of video security multi-channel encoders. Nuvation's McVFE reference design is based on Texas Instruments' (TI) DaVinci(TM) technology and TVP quad-channel video decoder with complementary FPGA technology provided by Xilinx's Spartan 3A FPGA technology....

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