Driving Innovation with the Intel Visual Compute Accelerator – Intel Chip Chat- Episode 408

September 18th, 2015 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Jim Blakley, Visual Cloud Computing General Manager at Intel chats about how Intel is driving innovation in visual cloud computing. He talks about the International Broadcasting Conference (IBC) and announces the launch of the Intel Visual Compute Accelerator, the new Intel Xeon E3 – based PCIe add-in card that brings media and graphics capabilities into the Intel Xeon processor E5-based servers. Jim outlines how the Intel Visual Compute Accelerator Card enables real time transcoding specifically targeting AVC and HEVC workloads and reduces the amount of storage and network bandwidth needed to deliver the transcoded video streams. He also highlights several partners that will be demoing Intel technology or in the Intel booth at IBC including: Thomson Video Networks, Envivio, Kontron, Artesyn, and Vantrix.

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