• The lightweight low-latency codec

    Extremely small in FPGA / ASIC
    Highly parallelizable in CPU / GPU
    Preserving full quality


    Simply transport 8K video over 12G-SDI or 10GbE

  • "The latency of TICO technology"

About TICO RDD35
Key features
Typical Bitrates
Evaluation & Implementation

​TICO-RDD35 by intoPIX

TICO-RDD35 is a disruptive, innovative, visually lossless, light-weight and line-based compression specifically designed to be used instead of uncompressed video in many applications. This revolutionary technology is extremely tiny in FPGA or ASIC, fast and powerful in CPU or GPU, and robust for real-time operation with no latency.

Up to now, image and video were sent or stored uncompressed within many electronic devices and infrastructures (display, camera, mobile, servers, recorders, ...) . 

TICO-RDD35 is a smart upgrade path to manage higher resolutions (4K, 8K, …) and frame rates while assuring visual quality, keeping power and bandwidth at a reasonable budget and significantly reducing the complexity and cost of a system, a chip or an infrastructure.

TICO-RDD35 is easy to integrate. Code, hardware IP-cores and software libraries are licensable from intoPIX. The technology and associated products are covered by one or more claims of patents awarding intoPIX's hard work and innovation.

​Key features

Zero latency

Few microseconds – very few lines of pixels 
(selectable from 1 to x)

Lossless quality

Visually lossless up to 4:1 (typical)

 Robust over multiple coding generations

Low power, tiny

Silicon-proven & easy to implement into low cost FPGA or ASIC designs Low gate count, low memory usage

Mobile to 4K/8K

Compatible with different resolutions, from mobile to 4K/8K UHDTV, via multiple usual transport schemes. Signaling of HDR included


Highly parallelizable, Real-time or faster than real-time in CPU and GPU


Submitted to SMPTE as SMPTE RDD35 with the support of the 50+ TICO Alliance members

TICO is the solution ! 

Support higher Data Streams (HD, 4K, 8K …) in existing systems and infrastructures using the available pipeline bandwidth.

Enable the use of a lower link rate for applications where high link rates may not be possible.

Increase the number of streams or the stream resolution that could be supported in a multi-stream configuration.

Reduce the number of lanes in a display or sensor interface needed to transport a stream in order to save power, cost, or both.

Significantly reduce the internal video bandwidth (and power consumption) in systems such as mobile devices, cameras, video servers and displays.

Increase the storage, video buffer or frame buffer capacity with cost-effectiveness for applications where high link rates may not be possible.

​Typical operating bitrates​

FormatsBitrates IP network & SDI mapping 
 HD 720p60
HD 1080i60
 ~300 Mbps 1 to x streams over 1GbE (CAT 5e,…)
 HD 1080p60 ~600 Mbps 1 stream over 1GbE (CAT 5e,…)
 4K 2160p60 ~2,4 Gbps 1 stream over 2.5GbE (CAT 5e)

1 to x streams over 10GbE (CAT 6)

Single 3G-SDI coax cable

 8K 4320p60 ~8 Gbps 1 stream over 10 GbE (CAT 6)

Single 12G-SDI coax cable

Need more compression capabilities than TICO RDD35? Visit the TICO-XS page and learn about JPEG XS

​Evaluation & implementations

intoPIX offers a large range of TICO RDD35 Encoder/Decoder optimized for various applications and platforms (software & hardware). Based on all the features that we are supporting, it is possible to provide custom versions to address your specific needs that we are supporting, it is possible to provide custom versions to address your specific needs. 

Contact us with your own project requirements and see hereunder a list of typical configurations:

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Xilinx FPGA & SoCs IPs

Spartan, Artix, Zynq, Kintex & Virtex

Intel FPGA & SoCs IPs

Cyclone, Arria & Stratix 



Intel x86 CPU

 Nvidia, AMD, Intel GPU

More information on TICO RDD35

Read the latest news about TICO RDD35 on our blog, download press images , check out the official TICO Alliance website.
Learn also about the move of TICO towards JPEG-XS standardization. Discover our TICO-XS solutions !