OmniVision and VIA Announce Partnership to Develop Battery-Powered Wireless HD Video Monitoring Solution

SANTA CLARA, CA -- OmniVision Technologies Inc. and VIA Technologies, Inc. announce a partnership to develop a battery-powered high definition (HD) video monitoring solution that enables OEMs to dramatically reduce time-to-market for wireless multi-node monitoring systems in homes and small businesses.

"This partnership between OmniVision and VIA Technologies exemplifies both companies' desire to meet the rapidly growing demand for turnkey solutions that can give OEMs the ability to quickly and cost-effectively bring innovative smart devices to market," said Paul Gallagher, senior director of marketing at OmniVision. "By offering 'instant-on' crisp HD video and streaming capabilities in an extremely power-efficient, battery operated package, OmniVision's OV9712 and OV788 video signal processor together provide excellent capabilities for the advanced solution now under development."

"By combining OmniVision's industry-leading imaging technologies with VIA's advanced video processing technologies and embedded Android system design capabilities, we have produced a highly competitive turnkey solution," said Epan Wu, head of VIA Embedded. "We look forward to collaborating with OmniVision and driving the development of new and innovative technologies for the rapidly growing market for home and commercial monitoring systems."

Utilizing the OV9712 CameraChip™ sensor developed with OmniVision's proprietary OmniPixel3-HS™ high sensitivity pixel technology, the solution will be designed to achieve excellent scene reproduction in both extremely high- and low-light environments. The OV9712 will operate in conjunction with OmniVision's ultra-low power OV788 video signal processor. That processor will provide video compression, 720p HD video streaming, and AES-256 encryption over any Wi-Fi network, thus allowing users to quickly stream high quality video content using the video monitoring solution.

For more details, visit:
http://www.ovt.com
http://www.via.com.tw

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