NETINT Video Transcoding Server
Integrates with your existing workflows
We know that you want to reduce your video encoding OPEX and energy costs without the pain of rearchitecting your entire video encoding workflow. To do that, you need a solution that integrates with your existing workflows and delivers the quality and flexibility of software with the energy and cost efficiency of hardware. NETINT Video Transcoding Server recoups its cost based on a reduction of OPEX in as little as 90 days.
The NETINT Video Transcoding Server combines a Supermicro AMD EPYC™ powered server chassis with ten NETINT T408 Video Transcoders. Multiple AMD CPUs are available to accommodate advanced media processing and encoding requirements: 8-core AMD EPYC™ 7232P, 32-core EPYC™ 7543P, and 64-core EPYC™ 7713P.
8-core AMD EPYC™ 7232P
$7,000 USD + shipping
32-core EPYC™ 7543P
$8,900 USD + shipping
64-core EPYC™ 7713P
$11,500 USD + shipping
The WHY Behind T408 & NETINT Video Transcoding Server
A single T408 can produce roughly the same output as a 32-core workstation encoding in software. NETINT Transcoding server comes with 10 T408s, which replaces 10 standalone encoding workstations, slashing power costs and the associated carbon emissions by as much as 20x.
These savings are why large video streamers like YouTube and Meta (Facebook) are switching to ASICs. You can achieve the same benefits by deploying NETINT’s Transcoding Server without the associated R&D and development costs. Check out our special calculators to help you quantify the savings.