We have detected your current browser version is not the latest one. Xilinx.com uses the latest web technologies to bring you the best online experience possible. Please upgrade to a Xilinx.com supported browser:Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11, Safari. Thank you!

Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

See DisplayPort 1.4, SMPTE-2110, and low-latency 4K HEVC video streaming at Xilinx’s ISE booth—next month in Amsterdam

Xilinx Employee
Xilinx Employee
0 0 21.7K


The ISE 2018 show for Pro A/V and Broadcast equipment users and designers opens in Amsterdam in about three weeks and Xilinx will be showing several Pro A/V and broadcast technologies in its booth (#15-K222) including three all-new ones:



  • DisplayPort 1.4: With 8K cameras and display panels already beginning to appear, Pro AV system designers can now design products based on Xilinx UltraScale and UltraScale+ devices with 16.3Gbps GTH SerDes ports that can ingest 8K video for subsequent processing, compression, and transport.


  • SMPTE-2110: Macnica Technology will be demonstrating the SMPTE-2110 broadcast standard for media-over-IP transport running on its VIPA Professional PCIe Video Transport Interface card, which is based on a Xilinx Kintex UltraScale KU035 FPGA. With a mezzanine codec like intoPIX’s TICO, you can pipe 4K60 video through a standard 10G Ethernet pipe—which is great for designers of high-end video projectors, KVMs, media gateways, and video-over-IP boxes.



Macnica VIPA Professional PCIe Video Transport Interface Card.jpg 



Macnica Technology’s VIPA Professional PCIe Video Transport Interface Card can implement SMPTE-2110 and TICO

for 4K60 video transmission over 10GbE




  • 4K, low-latency (60msec glass-to-glass) HEVC video streaming running on a Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, useful for designing video-conferencing systems and KVMs.



You’ll also see Omnitek demonstrating its 4K-video warping and stitching subsystem IP running on a Xilinx ZCU106 eval kit. On the ZCU106’s Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, the warping subsystem can create real-time image warps on video streams with images as large as 4096x2160 pixels at 60fps and the image-stitching subsystem can stitch as many as eight video streams into one 4K/UHD stream in real time.