AVerMedia and Fastvideo alliance to accelerate embedded AI/ML solutions on NVIDIA Jetson platform
AVerMedia, the world’s leading manufacturer of hardware imaging solutions, announced its alliance with Fastvideo to accelerate AI, machine learning and data analytics workloads in embedded production environments, and is launching an early access program for prospective customers.
By combining AVerMedia’s Jetson-based hardware solutions with Fastvideo’s innovative GPU software and CUDA acceleration libraries for image and video processing, the companies are demonstrating new capabilities for running GPU-accelerated workloads for embedded imaging applications.
AVerMedia is widely known due to their hardware and software products. AVerMedia is NVIDIA preferred Jetson ecosystem partner since 2015. AVerMedia has dedicated technical support by project team of PM, R&D, FAE, and Sales.
AVerMedia is currently offering Streaming SDK together with AI toolbox and reference application software associated with people counting, face recognition, behavior analysis, and object detection.
AI Toolbox from AVerMedia is embedded system with AI (Deep Learning) engines. It provides HTTP RESTful APIs, ONVIF or other well-known protocols for software developers and system integrators to upgrade their video surveillance and/or access-control system with intelligent applications.
Fastvideo company is a developer of GPU-based image and video processing SDK. Fastvideo has implemented the first JPEG codec on CUDA, which is the fastest on the market. Fastvideo SDK for Jetson platform is widely used for machine vision, AI/ML and other embedded imaging applications.
Combined solutions from AVerMedia and Fastvideo will be able to offer our customers new value for embedded imaging solutions for AI/ML applications.
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