With the conversion of video distribution to digital formats, and the proliferation of video content to a wider range of devices, video compression system complexity is exploding. Requirements for video distribution systems are changing more rapidly than ever before.
Conventional solutions for video compression encoders and transcoders provide “one-size-fits-all” type designs. However, the expanding video application space; from HDTV to Smart Phones, requires a highly configurable compression system.
Our mission at igolgi Inc. is to provide innovative, flexible video compression solutions with state of the art video quality, outstanding price/performance, and offering the market a solution that can be tuned for individual installations. Our solutions are software based and optimized to run on a variety of multi-processor and hybrid CPU/Accelerator platforms. The flexibility of our solution enables our customers to tune the compression system for their specific application.
Our current products are video compression and analytics solutions targeted for the multi-core x86 architectures from Intel processors, enabling the best price/performance with the needed flexibility for the industry. In addition, we provide turn-key solutions with consulting and integration services, ensuring that installations achieve the maximum efficiency possible.
We are privately held and based near Princeton, NJ with a product development facility in Barrington, IL . Our senior management team has over 100 years of in-depth video compression R&D experience including contributions to MPEG2 and H.264. This team has designed a variety of successful products and integrated circuits utilizing these important standards.
The root of the company name comes from parallel and multi-core structures found in microbiology.
“The primary function of the golgi apparatus is to process and package the macro-molecules such as proteins and lipids and that are synthesized by the cell. It is particularly important in the processing of proteins for secretion. The golgi apparatus forms a part of the endomembrane system of eukaryotic cells.”
source: wikipedia.org http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/golgi_complex
igolgi is founded on the vision that media processing optimized for the future of multi-core and hybrid compute platforms will become the norm for many applications in the digital media world.