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As video transitions to High Definition (HD), video equipment vendors require more computational power and programming flexibility to accommodate the new video processing and services requirements, video compression standards, and the wide variety of video formats. This need is greater in areas where video is merging with network applications, such as broadcasting video, video conferencing, and surveillance. Current solutions require a complicated integration of many DSP processors, one or multiple FPGA designs, and network-enabled processors to satisfy video performance, load balancing, and networking requirements.
Video conferencing is undergoing a major transition from Standard Definition to High Definition (HD) format, using 720p resolutions and moving to 1080p. Greater functionality is offered in new equipment such as integrated multipoint bridging.