Paragon UFSD Cross-platform Technology Proves Critical for HD Audio and Video Playback & Recording in Digital Multimedia Product Lines
Paragon Universal File System Driver (UFSD) technology is now available to OEMs of consumer multimedia devices seeking cross-platform file system support. With Paragon’s UFSD support for all popular file systems built into modern digital devices, consumers can enjoy issue-free compatibility between file systems used on their media centers, digital televisions and set-top boxes, and those used to format storage media, such as portable HDDs, in order to freely play back recorded video and audio regardless of file system type.
Critical for reliable HD audio/video recording and playback, Paragon’s UFSD technology guarantees high-performance, cross-platform read/write access and speedy file transfer in digital multimedia devices. Paragon UFSD technology can be fully integrated into the VFS (Virtual File System) stack of the operating system, including ThreadX devices, enabling OEMs to ensure end-user access to files stored on externally attached NTFS, HFS+ and exFAT file system-formatted media.
According to Konstantin Komarov, CEO, Paragon Software Group, “File system incompatibility can be a real issue for a wide range of consumer products, often delaying or even halting consumer product development. We offer chipmakers an elegant, cost-effective way of solving the issue and meeting increased customer demand for high-performance access to large data files, such as HD video.”
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