Elemental Technologies today announced Elemental™ Server’s support for Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Smooth Streaming, an adaptive video streaming solution for Microsoft Silverlight-based media players. Elemental Server is the world’s first GPU-accelerated transcoding appliance that performs faster than real time, simultaneous encoding of multiple video files in a single system. With unprecedented transcoding throughput, Elemental Server is ideally suited for producing video content designed for delivery via an adaptive bitrate architecture. Support for IIS Smooth Streaming via Elemental Server will debut in Elemental’s booth 525 at Streaming Media West in San Jose, Calif., November 17-19.
Elemental Technologies today announced the release of Elemental™ Server, the world’s first GPU-based transcoding appliance. Elemental Server’s breakthrough technology enables faster than real time, simultaneous encoding of video files targeting the comprehensive specifications required for the three-screen experience of TV, PC and mobile. Delivering high-speed encoding and premium video output using GPUs (graphics processing units), Elemental Server can replace multiple CPU-only solutions for a fraction of the price, ensuring immediate capital and maintenance cost savings.
Elemental Technologies today announced the release of Elemental ™ Accelerator version 2.2, a significant product update that adds support for multiple GPUs, enhancing speed and throughput for video encoding. With this release, Elemental Accelerator also provides expanded support for NVIDIA Quadro FX GPUs, making the product available to creative professionals on more platforms than ever before.
Elemental Technologies today announced the technical preview of its newest encoding innovation, enabling broadcasters to stream live video and audio to new media platforms. Elemental™ is partnering with iStreamPlanet, a leading provider of digital media strategy, services and software applications, to demonstrate GPU-powered HD live video streaming for the first time.
Elemental Accelerator Version 2.1 Adds MPEG-2 Support To Speed Video Encoding For Creative Professionals
Elemental Technologies today announced the availability of Elemental™ Accelerator 2.1, an important update to its groundbreaking NVIDIA® CUDA®-architecture based, GPU-accelerated video processing tool for creative professionals. With Elemental Accelerator 2.1, users now have the ability to create GPU-accelerated MPEG-2 output files and have access to an expanded suite of conforming H.264 presets.
Elemental Technologies today announced that the company has named Andy Beach Vice President of Marketing. Beach is a widely recognized expert on digital video technologies with more than ten years of experience as a marketing executive, consultant and interactive agency head.
Elemental Announces Next Generation CUDA GPU-Accelerated Video Encoding Plug-in for Creative Professionals
Elemental Technologies today announced the availability of Elemental Accelerator 2.0, the next generation of its groundbreaking CUDA GPU-accelerated video processing tool for creative professionals. In addition to a new release for the Windows platform, Elemental also today announced the first version of Elemental Accelerator for Mac OS X users. Elemental Accelerator offers radically faster video processing and H.264 encoding of common video formats to Blu-ray or web-ready output files, letting creative professionals spend more time producing great videos and less time watching progress bars.
Elemental Announces Breakthrough New Video Processing System That Harnesses the Power of GPUs for Encoding and Transcoding
Elemental Technologies today announced the beta release of Elemental Server, the first video processing system based on graphics processing units (GPUs). By harnessing the power of parallel processors like never before in a server appliance, Elemental Server will enable broadcasters, studios, online video platforms, and major web video publishers to quickly and cost-effectively encode and transcode video for delivery to consumers wherever they want to watch it-from HDTVs to Web browsers to mobile phones.
TechAmerica Oregon (formerly the Oregon Council of AeA) announced today the finalists for the 2009 Oregon Technology Awards. This year’s winners will be announced at the Oregon Technology Awards event on May 7, 2009 at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Ore.
Elemental today announced a strategic partnership and technology development agreement with In-Q-Tel, the independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the mission of the CIA and the broader U.S. Intelligence Community.