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September 2015: Korusys Exhibits Class Leading HEVC Decoder at IBC in Amsterdam

Korusys exhibits at IBC in Amsterdam this year, demonstrating the world's first FPGA based professional 12 bit 422 4kP60 HEVC decoder. The HEVC IP core is targeted at Contribution and Broadcast markets and provides the lowest footprint, highest spec solution available to the market. Already market proven and integrated into the leading Video Conferencing solution, the IP core was demonstrated to interested parties and will form the core of a new HEVC decoder module to be released soon.

 

Jan 2014: Korusys visits BVE Conference regarding HEVC encoding and SMPTE 2059 timing.

In common with our push into the video encoding/decoding space with significant experience in HEVC and Raw video processing Korusys visited the BVE show in London to test the waters in terms of latest products and market trends. Alongside the Video expertise there was considerable interest in combining our PTP timing experience into the video market , particularly in relation to SMPTE-2059-2, in order to replace traditional SDI blackburst type synchronisation technology as the market moves to an IP based solution.

 

August 2013: Korusys PTP Line Rate Master IP released to Tier 1 Telecoms Equipment Provider.

Korusys releases its PTP Line Rate Master Intellectual Property solution under license to a Tier 1 Telecoms Grand Master solution provider. This is further success for this IP block which has also been used by two of the leading PTP Test equipment manufacturers.

 

27th Mar 2012: Korusys present at the Low Latency Summit.

Korusys team up with Ts-Associates to present a workshop, at the Low Latency Summit, on synchronisation as the basis of instrumentation in the High Frequency Trading market.

Precise Time is the foundation of Precision Instrumentation and latency monitoring. In this workshop about time, TS-Associates and Korusys team up to examine the principles used to derive and manage Precise Time to nanosecond scale accuracy. Topics covered will include clock accuracy, stability and synchronisation. We'll learn that not all implementations of Precise Time Protocol (PTP), the new darling of the clock synchronisation world, are created equal. Advanced techniques originally developed for the telecommunications sector can provide dramatic improvements in the accuracy of PTP, as will be demonstrated with some quite startling results.

 

7th Feb 2012: Korusys launch Beyond latency website.

Korusys launches the Beyond Latency website highlighting products and services targeted at the High Frequency Trading market. With Financial markets now utilising leading edge bespoke technologies to implement the lowest latency trading strategies, Korusys are uniquely placed to offer timing and synchronisation products and FPGA design services into this space.

 

22nd August 2011: Korusys publishes White Papers on the use of Synchronisation in Financial Services.

Three White Papers are released detailing the use of Korusys Timing Toolkit and PCIe card.
Detailing performance relative to NTP and how Korusys Timing Toolkit solves all the issues relating
to delivering super-accurate time directly into the software layer and making it consumable by the applications.

Please visit this page to register for the White Paper download.

 

4th April 2011: Korusys publishes PTP PCIe card product information.

Korusys publishes a White Paper and Product brief for a new PTP PCIe card product targeted at High Frequency Trading solutions.

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23rd March 2011: Korusys attends the Ultra Low Latency Trading event.

Korusys attends the 2nd Annual Ultra Low Latency: Trading Opportunities and Developments in FX & Other Asset Classes event.

Korusys attended the London event to present and discuss timing architecture solutions for high frequency trading infrastructure in the financial sector.

 

1st March 2010: IEEE1588-2008 products for imminent release.

Korusys is about to release a range of IEEE1588-2008 network timing and synchronisation products. These include a high performance IEEE1588-2008 Slave card for PC based applications.

For advanced information please contact us.

 

1st February 2010: Korusys completes website update and rebranding.

Following 2 years of succesful trading Korusys has a new look website and logo. We feel that this new look freshens up our web portal and reflects our continuing commitment to providing a high quality experience to our clients.

 

23rd December 2008: Korusys selected to join Altera ® Consultants Alliance Program (ACAP ®).

In recognition of our considerable expertise and experience in FPGA design, Korusys is proud to announce that it has been accepted as an Altera Consultant Alliance Program member. Korusys is pleased that the skills and services it has to offer have been recognised by such a significant Silicon Vendor.

 

About Altera:


Altera Corporation is the pioneer of programmable logic solutions, enabling system and semiconductor companies to rapidly and cost effectively innovate, differentiate, and win in their markets.

 

About ACAP:


Altera Consultants Alliance Program (ACAP) partners are a part of a global network of design service providers. They offer experience and expertise in a wide range of market applications.

 


24th July 2008: Korusys is proud to have joined the NMI.

Korusys is proud to have become a member of the National Microelectronics Institue, the trade association for the microelectronics industry in the UK.

 

The NMI provides a practical mechanism for commercial and technological development of the microelectronics industry in the UK and Ireland.

 

A recent NMI press release descibes Korusys as "A design consultancy with a tremendous pedigree in ASIC and FPGA system and software development."

 

Please take a look at our business brief at the NMI.
Korusys Business Brief

 

21st January 2008: Korusys featured on Silicon South West electronics industry map.

Korusys has been included on the Silicon South West map depicting the cluster of electronics companies located in the South West region of England. The cluster consists of around 50 companies which directly employ some 5,000 people. A feature of the cluster is its active start-up culture and these companies have raised around £250million of venture capital in recent years. The cluster has also attracted high levels of inward investment from HP Labs, Motorola, Panasonic, ST Microelectronics and ToshibaTelecoms Research Europe all of which have substantial R&D sites in the region.

 

30th October 2007: Korusys accepted into SETsquared Business Acceleration Programme

Korusys has been accepted into the prestigious SETsquared business incubator programme at the University of Southampton.

 

23rd October 2007: Korusys Ltd website goes live

The new Korusys website goes live. This site is currently incomplete but please check back soon for updates.

 

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