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NETINT joins HDR 10+ Ecosystem as Certified Solution Provider

Vancouver, BC, Canada(23 Jan 2020)

NETINT Technologies, an innovator of computational storage and video processing SoC solutions today announced its certification as an official HDR10+ adopter. This certification by HDR10+ Technologies, LLC, ensures manufacturers meet the highest standards of quality and performance for their HDR10+ solutions. 

HDR10+ Technologies, LLC was founded by Twentieth Century Fox HDR10+, LLC, Panasonic Intellectual Property Corporation of America and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd and is responsible for the licensing of the HDR10+ specifications to other industry partners including SoC vendors, source providers, display manufacturers, content companies and tool vendors.

NETINT’s Codensity™ video transcoding technology supports HDR10+ and features real-time, high-quality, scalable transcoding for live video streaming, which is enabled by harnessing the inherent advantages of ASIC-based encoding with the scalability of NVMe cloud storage infrastructure.

Each Codensity T408 Video Transcoder module features ASIC-based H.264 AVC and H.265 HEVC video processing which enables high quality transcoding of HDR10+ content at up to 8K UHD resolution more economically when compared to alternative transcoding technologies. 

Codensity T408 Video Transcoder U.2 modules integrate with host servers as an NVMe-based device. This advanced architecture enables ultra-dense transcoding capacity within an NVMe server architecture.

The HDR10+ Logo and Certification program currently supports display technology, including mobile displays, content and distribution solutions, including UHD Blu-ray and OTT streaming platforms, SoC components and tools for generating and encoding HDR10+ content. 

HDR10+ is an enhanced version of HDR10 and maximizes the black level and peak brightness of content on display devices with the resulting images more closely resembling the creative intent of directors. The HDR10+ Technologies Certification and Logo program simplifies the process for consumers to find devices, content and services that deliver this immersive HDR viewing experience.

“Internet streaming video continues to grow and with it, new emerging applications including eSports, AI, AR and VR that are driving the demand for immersive viewing experiences”, said Tao Zhong, Chief Executive Officer for NETINT Technologies, “Our partnership with HDR10+ Technologies gives us the opportunity to provide leading-edge transcoding solutions to a dynamic marketplace.  We are excited to be a member of the HDR10+ ecosystem, and the future opportunities being part of this team will bring”.

About NETINT Technologies

NETINT Technologies is an innovator of computational storage and video processing SoC solutions.  Its Codensity portfolio enables cloud data centers, edge computing companies, and content providers to deploy scalable high-performance applications, while minimizing their data storage and video processing costs.  NETINT, founded by an experienced team of storage SoC veterans, is a Canadian venture-funded high-tech company with R&D facilities in Vancouver, Toronto and Shanghai, China. For more information, visit

About HDR10+ Technologies, LLC

HDR10+ Technologies, LLC is the company founded by Twentieth Century Fox HDR10+, LLC, Panasonic Intellectual Property Corporation of America and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd and providing the license of its HDR10+ specifications to source provider, display manufacturer, SoC vendor, content company and tool vendor. To learn more about the HDR10+ Technologies, LLC, please visit: