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Harmonic has been awarded a patent for dynamically adjusting CPU cycles for cloud-based video processing, based on video complexity information.

Patent Number 10,104,405 from the US Patent and Trademark Office is entitled "Dynamic Allocation of CPU Cycles in Video Stream Processing."

"This patent illustrates our commitment to innovation and to bringing new efficiencies and economic benefits to the entire video delivery workflow," said Patrick Harshman, president and CEO of Harmonic. "Receiving this patent award reinforces Harmonic's leadership in cloud- and SaaS-centric video delivery and strengthens our customers' abilities to efficiently create high-quality, revenue-generating services, including live and UHD offerings, for their subscribers."