Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 03, 2014
EuclidIQ, previously Euclid Discoveries, a leading developer of video processing technology that fundamentally improves the core of video compression, will be attending 2014 International CES next week in Las Vegas, NV to demonstrate their video processing technology to interested parties.
“We’re very excited to attend CES this year and are looking forward to demonstrating EuclidIQ’s advancements in video compression technology,” said Richard Wingard, CEO and Co-Founder of EuclidIQ.
CES will be January 7-10. The renowned international trade show is highly anticipated each year in January where technology organizations showcase their latest innovations in consumer electronics.
EuclidIQ’s technology, EuclidVision, delivers compression benefits to existing MPEG-2 codecs of 10-30% on high motion, high complexity videos.
If you are interested in scheduling a demonstration during the CES show, please contact us at info (at) euclidiq (dot) com.
EuclidIQ, previously called Euclid Discoveries, provides Intelligent Video Compression. EuclidIQ is developing a technology platform to optimize the delivery of high-definition video to a myriad of connected devices. From high- definition TVs to laptops, tablets, and smartphones, EuclidIQ’s model-based compression technology can deliver improved compression performance for high- motion, high-complexity videos with no loss in visual quality, or improved quality at target bitrates. And EuclidIQ’s technology is available for existing codec standards, including MPEG-2 and H.264. By leveraging EuclidIQ’s proprietary video compression methodology, video providers will be able to offer consumers an improved user experience and access to video content that has been traditionally restricted by bandwidth. In addition to the bandwidth improvements EuclidIQ can deliver on today’s standards-based codecs, EuclidIQ will enable organizations to augment existing content and network assets to offer additional benefits, including cloud-based video storage and distribution and streaming HD video to multi-screen environments.