intoPIX extends its range of TicoRAW IP-cores with smaller architectures supporting a wider range of image sensors and cameras

28.09.21 07:00 AM By Julie

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Mont-Saint-Guibert, September 28, 2021 – intoPIX, the leading provider of innovative compression solutions, announces today the extension of its range of TicoRAW IP-cores supporting additional pixel per clock architectures to target more devices and more sensor types. 

This release completes the range with IP-cores using a smaller gate area and reduced memory needs. This is particularly interesting for cameras and workflows focusing on optimizing both connectivity and storage. Integrated on  ASIC or in small FPGAs, these IP-cores cover the most popular CFA Bayer patterns, sensor bit-depths from 10 up to 16 bits and resolutions from 1Mpixels up to 100Mpixels. 

TicoRAW is the new RAW. It preserves access to the control over white balance, exposure and color grading with the world's best efficiency. “The continued use of regular RAW files means that the ultimate image quality can’t be maintained without creating monster-size files or using too much bandwidth”, explains Jean-Baptiste Lorent, Marketing and Sales Director at intoPIX.  With 10 times less bandwidth required and 10 times less storage needed compared with those of regular RAW, TicoRAW offers an incredible speed and low complexity.


The new release completes the wide range of TicoRAW IP-cores and software libraries available today.  

All solutions are available now and more info can be obtained via the intoPIX sales team or by visiting the intoPIX booth at Vision 2021 in Stuttgart in October.

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