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Pleora's eBUS drivers allow GigE NIC (network interface card/chip) hardware to emulate direct, bus-like transactions with PC subsystems at the kernel level. As a result, video streams with bit-rates up to 1 Gb/s can be transferred directly to PC memory using very few CPU resources. The remaining CPU resources can thus be used by the vision application for image processing and other tasks. For more information on Pleora's GigE Vision solutions, including the eBUS Driver Suite, visit www.pleora.com/gige/.
The eBUS Driver Suite was awarded the Advanced Imaging Pro's 2007 People's Choice Award for best software.
About Pleora Technologies
Pleora Technologies Inc. is a global supplier of Ethernet video connectivity products for the broadcast, medical, machine vision, and security/surveillance industries. Pleora's award-winning iPORT and EtherCast product families transport imaging and video data in real time over low-cost Ethernet connections with extremely high performance. Pleora, a Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation Award-winner, is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada . For more information, visit or website at: www.pleora.com.
Cognex Corporation designs, develops, manufactures and markets machine
vision sensors and systems, or devices that can "see." Cognex vision sensors
are used in factories around the world to automate the manufacture of a wide
range of items and to assure their quality. Cognex is the world's leader in
the machine vision industry, having shipped more than 400,000 machine vision
systems, representing over
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