Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has launched a brand new solution for simple video transcoding and streaming between a Smart TV and mobile devices. The new system depends on the Intel Atom Media Processor CE5300 Series, which will allow users to simultaneously share HD video and multimedia files across a number of mobile devices. Users will also be able to stream multimedia content as well as HD videos to their Smart TV as much as they want to.
Users will be working with brands like Thecus, Asustor and Synology with the Intel Atom CE5300, just to start with. All these systems will be operating on low power system-on-chip of CE5300 and will be rolling hard with the ease of browse, click and play. General Manager of the Storage Division of Intel, Bev Crair said that streaming multimedia content across a number of mobile devices has become a popular practice for everyone these days. New solutions for storage that depends on the Intel Atom CE5300 series lift up this practice to a new level by making it easy. The new system-on-chip offers an incredible foundation to make compelling entertainment experiences.
Users will be working with their storage systems as a media server with complete DLNA functionalities or an iTunes-based server. With DLNA, a user will be transcoding 1080p video on the run with intelligent adaptation for just about any screen resolution.
With the help of Asustor, users will be working with 2 bays to 8 TB or 4 bays to 16 TB. With Thecus, users will be working with 2 bays to 8 TB and 4 bays to 16 TB. With Synology, users will be working with 2 bays to 8 TB only, which is also decent since no one really needs any more than that these days.