Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium April 11, 2008: intoPIX, the leading high-performance JPEG 2000 solution provider, announces today that Kodak Digital Cinema will use the intoPIX decoder in next generations of the Kodak Content Player JMN3000. New Kodak units with intoPIX technology inside will be available later this year.
The intoPIX decoder, which meets DCI specifications, will bring Kodak new flexibility in its continuing evolution of digital cinema systems that meet the industry’s growing needs. It will enable Kodak players to continue to decompress images efficiently, effectively, and without a loss in quality.
“This is an important new relationship for Kodak,” said Les Moore, Chief Operations Officer for Kodak Digital Cinema. “The outstanding job they’ve done on their JPEG 2000 core and thorough customer support enables their software to fit easily into the programmable boards in our Kodak unit. This provides us more versatility in our future designs to offer the quality and functionality our customers expect from Kodak.”
intoPIX is a leading supplier of high performance image compression hardware and software technology for image and video applications capitalising on their exclusive use of cutting edge research from the University of Louvain. More information on the company and our products can be found on our website at www.intopix.com