SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cavium, Inc. (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing for networking, communications, and the digital home, today announced that its PureVu technology will be included in the Miracast™ demonstration by Wi-Fi Alliance ® at CES 2013. The live demonstration will include the Netgear PTV3K showing interoperability with an LG Optimus G smartphone. In addition to supporting the mandatory features of the Miracast certification, Cavium's solution enables several optional features, including support for premium content transmission using HDCP 2.x. Additionally, through end-to-end optimizations with implementations of the technology underlying Miracast certification on Android, the demonstration will showcase an enhanced user experience with superior interactivity and robust wireless video transmission.
Leveraging Cavium's Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast adapter solution, OEMs are able to quickly bring their own wireless display products into market, due to the fact that Cavium's certified solution is a complete market proven media adapter reference design. Cavium's Miracast stack leverages the PureVu® CNW6611L media SoC to provide full HD 1080p performance, HDCP 2.x premium content protection, and Cavium's industry-leading low latency video processing. The flexibility of Cavium's media architecture makes its Miracast adapter reference designs suitable to support a wide range of wireless display and media sharing applications at mainstream retail price points.
"We are pleased to be a part of Wi-Fi Alliance's Miracast exhibition at this year's Consumer Electronics Show," said Raj Singh, general manager of Cavium's Digital Home and Office Division. "We are very excited to see the momentum and support the industry has shown for Miracast. Cavium is committed to promoting this certification program, while leveraging the unique low latency and high quality video processing capabilities of our PureVu SoCs to enable OEMs to bring differentiated products to the market."