intoPIX Honored With The Prestigious IABM Peter Wayne Award
intoPIX has been presented with the prestigious IABM Peter Wayne Award for Design and Innovation for its TICO lightweight comrpession. With this game changing technology, intoPIX and broadcast equiment vendors are easing the transition to IP and UHDTV 4K in Live production workflows while ensuring interoperability with existing SDI infrastructures.
TICO Lightweight Compression, Winner of the "IABM Game Changer Awards 2015" at NAB 2015.
"intoPIX TICO Lightweight compression for Live 4K over IP" is the Winner in the Content and Communication Infrastructure category for the IABM Game Changer Awards 2015.
NAB Show vendors devote significant time and resources to bringing their best new developments to the show floor. The IABM Game Changer Awards honor this effort and the forward-looking solutions it yields. The judging panel has identified intoPIX TICO compression technology as one of the leading products to be exhibited at NAB Show 2015.
intoPIX nominated for the Deloitte Technology Fast50
intoPIX has been nominated for the Deloitte Fast50 competition solely for technology companies headquartered in Belgium. The Fast50 award is given to the country's fastest-growing technology company, based on its percentage of growth in turnerover during the last five years.
intoPIX is Ernst & Young (EY) 2014 finalist for "Entrepreneur of the Year 2014"
This award honors and recognizes companies with the potential with high growth.
intoPIX TICO Lightweight compression Shortlisted for the CSI Awards 2014 as Best digital video processing technology.
TICO lightweight compression is a new disruptive video compression technology tackling efficiently and invisibly important cost and bandwidth challenges faced by the Audio-visual industry to move to UHD 4K/8K with a fully scalable networked media infrastructure. At present, videos are transported and stored uncompressed into many systems such as video wall, video servers, displays, recorders, KVMs or portable devices. intoPIX bring a low complexity compression that can been conceived for utilization as a mezzanine format. intoPIX has pushed the boundaries of today's compression technology with an invisible, imperceptible, state-of-the-art, innovative codec providing lossless or visually lossless compression up to 4:1 with few pixel lines of latency and drastically small in FPGA/ASSP and fast in CPU. TICO is designed to be a standard for the wide industry support and is today the smartest alternative to uncompressed live video transport.
Established in 2003 the CSI awards are among the most prestigious and competitive technology awards in the broadcast industry, designed to recognize and reward innovation and excellence in the cable, satellite, broadcast, IPTV, telco, broadband/OTT video, mobile TV and associated sectors. (www.csimagazine.com/awards/)
intoPIX wins a Technology and Engineering Emmy® Award for its standardization and productization work of JPEG 2000 (J2K) interoperability
In July 2014, intoPIX was named a winner of the 2014 Emmy® Award for Technology and Engineering for its work in the development of VSF TR-01, the recommended practice for transporting video with JPEG 2000 Broadcast Profile in MPEG-2 TS over IP Networks.
An Emmy® Award is the recognition of technical leadership in the media and entertainment industry. intoPIX is honored with this award along with its partners in the VSF for its work in the development of TR-01 J2K interoperability recommendations. This recognition further validates intoPIX pioneering work in developing best-in-class video compression solutions for Broadcast and Pro-AV industries. Emmy® Award winners in Technology & Engineering will be honored during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Gazelles ICT 2012 - intoPIX - One of Best Growing ICT company in Belgium
IntoPIX is granted the Gazelles ICT 2012 Award from DataNews/Trends-Tendances being one of the best growing ICT SMEs in 2012 in Belgium. 3 companies per region in 3 categories (big, medium and small enterprises) were nominated. These gazelles represent the locomotives in innovation and employment and they act as a role model for other companies.
LSEC Innovation and Important Sector Contribution Award 2008
The 'Innovation and Important Sector Contribution Award' for 2008 goes to intoPIX from Louvain-la-Neuve. As a Belgian SME, intoPIX has succeeded in getting into a key position in the security of digital cinema distribution in just a short while. The company actively collaborated on the development of international standards, such as JPEG 2000 and DCI. Both help define the standard architecture of digital cinema. To help combat piracy, intoPIX developed a decoder for the fast and efficient decoding or decryption of data streams. Recently the American firm Kodak also opted for this technology. intoPIX took part of its technological know-how from the Crypto Group DICE at UCL. The jury agreed that, besides all the other innovative projects put forward, the award should go to intoPIX: they put a Belgian company on the international map and this is once again a breakthrough for our information security sector. intoPIX turned things into a commercial success by placing specific security mechanisms on a programmable chip.