Security is a topic on everyone’s minds today, and as technology gets more advanced it can be easier to bypass the older systems that others have built. Large scale system hacks are highly publicized and can affect a wide range of people, but smaller scale hacks can be just as devastating. Therefore, its essential to use the best technology to protect what matters most, such as your home and family.
In the first of our “any media over any network” series, we highlighted that support for bridging between traditional AV connectivity standards and Ethernet-based IP networks is a key function required in many multimedia systems. Next, we’ll take a closer look at the options designers have when adopting Ethernet for AV transport using AMD adaptive SoCs.
In the ever-changing world of professional multimedia, the move to Ethernet and IP networking is one of the most important trends that is fundamentally transforming the industry. Audio and video (AV) are no longer constrained by point-to-point connectivity.
ISE 2023, the world’s largest AV tradeshow, takes place in Barcelona from Jan 31st to Feb 3rd. This year the AMD Pro AV, Broadcast and Consumer team will be located at Hall 5, Stand 5D300, alongside strategic customers and partners, demonstrating adaptive computing solutions designed to enable real-time 4K and 8K-ready applications; transport any media over any network; and support intelligent AV solutions.
Building on the success of the Zynq™ UltraScale+™ MPSoCs and Artix™ UltraScale+ FPGAs, AMD is extending the UltraScale+ family with two new devices. The new AU7P and ZU3T devices are based on the 16nm FinFET process for low power, high performance-per-watt, and small form factor applications. These small, low cost, and low power entry points to the programmable logic (PL) transceiver-based UltraScale+ family offer improved features such as high IO-to-logic density, UltraRAM, DSP, etc.