Introducing an H.265 4K Compact Video Encoder from Z3 Technology

LINCOLN, NE – 02-11-2020 ( — Z3 Technology, LLC, a leading provider of video encoding systems, announced today the release of the DME-40, a new H.265 video encoder capable of encoding up to four 4K Ultra HD cameras using high efficient H.265. The DME-40 is an ideal platform for broadcast, medical imaging, event streaming, industrial video, low-latency and low bit-rate streaming and other multi-camera video streaming and recording applications.

“Our customers have been waiting for a multi-channel 4K Ultra HD H.265 encoding solution like the DME-40. This powerful, compact system, not only enables encoding four cameras at the 4K resolution, it does so at the in the highest efficient codec available, making it possible to reduce the bandwidth required,” Aaron Caldwell, CEO, Z3 Technology said.

The DME-40 supports H.265 and H.264 encode in resolutions up to 2160p30 and is easily controlled via the HTTP-based GUI. In addition to 6G-SDI and HDMI 1.4b inputs, interfaces on the system also include KEL jack for 4K cameras, GbEth, USB 3.0 and SD Card. Designed with the user in mind, the DME-40 offers real-time genlock, streaming of up to four 4K cameras and neural net accelerator engine for video analytics.The DME-40 is readily available for purchase, visit our website for additional information. For additional support, or to learn about Z3’s additional video encoder offerings, email [email protected]About Z3 TechnologyZ3 Technology is an industry-leading, USA-based manufacturer of video encoding, OEM video modules and IP camera systems. The ZEUS product line features broadcast quality H.265/ H.264 video with products supporting resolutions up to 4K. Z3 can be contacted worldwide through our global distribution network or at our corporate office as follows:Z3 Technology, LLC
100 N. 8th Street, Suite 250, Lincoln, NE 68508 USA
Phone: +1.402.323.0702

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