Hardent, a member of VESA and a leading consulting firm providing training, electronic design, and management consulting services, has announced that it is now offering the world's first video compression training focused on the recently-adopted VESA DSC (display stream compression) standard. The first training sessions will be held in
The current trend for real-time video compression in products such as mobile phones, tablets and ultra-high definition television (UHDTV), presents multiple electronic design challenges. Hardent's display stream compression training enables system architects, engineers and designers to get up to speed quickly with the very latest video compression technology and understand the practical implications of designing a product compatible with the VESA DSC v1.1 video compression standard. "With our DSC training, companies will better understand how adopting the VESA DSC standard can help them lower overall system costs, save power and reduce electromagnetic interferences (EMI) in their products," says
Hardent's video compression training comes as a natural extension to the company's experience of ASIC, SoC and FPGA design challenges in the video industry and active involvement with the
As a Xilinx® Authorized Training Provider, ARM®
The one-day VESA DSC training will offer an insight into the underlying structure of DSC video algorithms, DSC applications, usage models, system architecture, as well as implementation challenges for DSC encoder and decoder designs. Students will also gain an understanding of the resources available at VESA and the considerations for designing a product compatible with the VESA DSC v1.1 video compression standard.
The training will be launched early this fall in
Hardent is a professional services firm providing training, engineering and management consulting to leading worldwide electronics equipment and component manufacturers. Hardent's experts cultivate innovation in electronics and are specialized in ASICs, FPGAs, DSPs, embedded software, FPGA video processing and system on chip (SoC) design. The company is committed to developing high-complexity electronic products, improving engineering processes, accelerating products' time-to-market and providing expert training solutions.
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