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Video compression pace-setter V-Nova has released a software development kit (SDK) for its core Perseus system so that it can be integrated into third-party encoders and video players.

The new SDK is designed to support full HD video streaming over bandwidth constrained mobile networks. The software will be available in the form of an encoder plug-in (EPI) and a decoder plug-in (DPI) for integration and deployment within an operator’s existing ecosystem.

The Perseus plug-ins are supported on a number of different platforms including Intel x86-based encoders and iOS and Android consumer devices. They are also available in pre-integrated encoding/decoding combinations through industry partners and are attributed with being able to improve cost-effectiveness and drive rapid time-to-market for the deployment of over-the-top (OTT) services.

“This product release is the result of the work we have done in the past year with customers and industry partners to address real-life customer projects,” said V-Nova CEO and co-founder Guido Meardi. “We have now packaged the software to make it more readily scalable and available for TV service providers and platform operators to deploy on any equipment or media player in their ecosystem.”