Friday, May 31, 2013

Samplify's APAX technology cuts memory power consumption by 59 percent during video playback on mobile devices

USA: Samplify, the leading intellectual property company for accelerating memory, storage, and I/O bottlenecks in mobile devices, consumer electronics, and computing, has completed testing of its APAX technology with an H.264 decoder to reduce the power consumption of the memory subsystem of mobile devices during video playback.

Testing results prove a 59 percent reduction in power consumption for memory during video playback on mobile devices and an extension of mobile battery life by 15-25 percent for all multimedia data types. The company will showcase these dramatic results next week at the Design Automation Conference (DAC) in Austin, Texas, June 2-6.

This milestone marks the completion of all multimedia use cases within mobile processors including:
* Image sensor acquisition in Bayer Matrix format.
* Image processing and color space conversion (RGB 4:4:4, YUV 4:4:4).
* Motion estimation (ME) during video encoding (YUV 4:2:2/4:2:0).
* Motion compensation (MC) during video decoding (YUV 4:2:2/4:2:0).
* On-screen display and 3D graphics (RGB 4:4:4, RGBA 4:4:4:4, triangle vertices, meshes).
* Transparent software processing of APAX-encoded image data, flexibly accessed either as macroblocks or as rasters.

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