CyberLink and NVIDIA Collaborate to Showcase Fast Multimedia Solutions Optimized with CUDA Technology at Computex 2009
Taipei, Taiwan.—CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW) CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW) announced that they are showcasing their multimedia solutions with NVIDIA® CUDA™ technology at Computex 2009. CyberLink has already implemented NVIDIA CUDA technology in several award-winning video software products including PowerDirector 7, PowerDVD 9, and the new video converter MediaShow Espresso.
“NVIDIA® GeForce® GPUs deliver the best image quality and great performance, a combination that always results in a great experience for our customers,” said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink Corp. “As the pioneering force behind GPU Computing, NVIDIA continues to revolutionize the PC industry by delivering accelerated software performance beyond today’s expectations, without sacrificing image quality.”
CyberLink will showcase their latest software solutions optimized with CUDA technology at Computex 2009 to interested members of the press and to OEM partners in CyberLink’s suite at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
“CyberLink has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to GPU computing by utilizing NVIDIA CUDA technology in their portfolio of multimedia solutions,” said Michael Steele, General Manager of Visual Consumer Solutions at NVIDIA. “The maturity and flexibility of the CUDA architecture is what has enabled CyberLink to deliver a wide range of compelling features on NVIDIA GPUs first. We anticipate many more innovative developments to come.”
Products optimized with CUDA Technology:
* PowerDVD 9 – The number 1 movie playback software improves CPU usage and efficiency by offloading complex tasks to the GPU when playing DVDs with TrueTheater HD.
* PowerDirector –The Award winning video editing software delivers massive performance gains when encoding HD video into H.264 format and accelerated rendering speeds of popular video effects.
* MediaShow Espresso –The latest video conversion application converts videos in a fraction of the time, dramatically reducing the length of time converting an HD video for use on a portable media player.
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