Introduction to 2-megapixel 27x optical zoom network PTZ camera module. The product is based on Hisilicon SoC platform, adopting H.264 High Profile/M-JPEG dual encoding, maximum supporting 1920x1080@30fps video capturing, making video surveillance more clearer; featuring with 1/2.8-inch Sony Exmor low-light CMOS image sensor, and 3D noise reduction, producing vivid video in the day and noise-free clear image at night.
Recently, several IP camera manufacturers launched Hi3518EV200 based 2-megapixel solution. Through employing different 2-megapixel CMOS image sensors, the Hi3518EV200 IP camera can capture 1920x1080 resolution crisp video . Although, the maximum frame rate only supports 15fps, it likely to become the cost-effective solution in low end Full High Definition products.
Hisilicon released Hi3516A SoC (System on Chip) which is based on latest H.265/HEVC standard for high definition IP cameras. The Hi3516A adopted Hisilicon H.265/HEVC algorithm, greatly improved image quality to eliminate motion blur, meanwhile reduced 50% bit-rate without compromising the image quality.
After the successful launch of the 4K H.265 SoC - Hi3519 for ultra high definition camera solution in Q4 2015, the Hisilicon engineer team keeps devoting time to release new updates aiming to provide the best performance solution that can better accommodate the current market trend. Consequently, the team has released Hi3519V101 processor which had improved performance comparing its predecessor - Hi3519V100. So, what does Hi3519V101 differ from its predecessor?
In early 2013, International Telecommunications Union (ITU) introduced and passed the next generation H.265 compression standard which is high-efficiency video coding (HEVC); It will be able to fully replace the current H.264/AVC compression standard that is widely used in video streaming, storage and sharing. At the same image quality, adopting H.265 video compression standard can reduce 40% file size, and maximum resolution reaches up to 8192x4320, also offers higher compression efficiency encoding.
HiSilicon - subsidiary company of Huawei, it's a leading SoC (System on Chip) solution provider in the world. From video security association's statistics, almost 60% of IP cameras have utilized Hisilicon SoC in their IP camera modules. Low cost + high performance + durability, Hisilicon SoC dominates the middle and low-end market of IP/network cameras. Today, we are pleased to provide detail information about Hisilicon based IP camera module which can deliver 1.0 MP, 1.3 MP, 2.0 MP resolution.
Hisilicon is a leading SoC developer, the company is renowned by offering low-cost HD video solution for different video surveillance applications including IP cameras, DVRs, NVRs. Today, you can find plenty of made-in-china security products which utilize Hisilicon SoCs as the core processors. Intending to embrace the trends of future video surveillance, Hisilicon starts to gradually update its existing products to new version which can not only offer higher resolution, but also support H.265/HEVC video format.
HiSilicon (Chinese:海思) is one of famous processor designer and manufacturer which is with offices in China, USA and Sweden, the company headquarter is in Shenzhen, China. Almost made-in-china DVR/NVR are adopting HiSilicon ARM processor.The company is one of major sub-company of HuaWei.
HiSilicon provides ASICs and solutions for communication network and digital media. These ASICs are widely used in over 100 countries and regions around the world. In the digital media field, Hisilicon has already released the SoC and solution for network surveillance, videophone, DVB and IPTV.
The performance of processor determined the video recording resolution and functions. In order to get the accurate parameter for DVR, today, we are making simple introduction for the HiSilicon based digital video recorder and network video recorders.
Hisilicon - one of famous ASIC chips designer and provider. Based in Shenzhen of China, Hisilion's SoC and solution are widely used in network surveillance, videophone, DVR and IPTV. Nowadays, almost IP cameras are based on either Texas Instruments or Hisilicon SoC technology. Compared with TI, Hisilicon provide affordable, but high performance H.264 codec chip-set which meets the customer's needs of IP surveillance solution. Almost 80% of DVRs and NVRs are based on Hisilicon SoC technology.