About videantis


videantis logovideantis GmbH, headquartered in Hannover, Germany, is a one-stop vision and video processor IP provider delivering flexible , computer vision, imaging and multi-standard HW/SW video coding solutions for automotive, mobile, consumer, and embedded markets. Based on a unified processor platform approach that is licensed to chip manufacturers, videantis provides tailored solutions to meet the specific needs of our customers. With core competencies of deep camera and video application expert know-how and strong SoC design and system architecture expertise, videantis passionately serves a worldwide customer basis with a diverse range of target applications, such as advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving, mobile phones, IoT, gesture interfacing, computational photography, in-car infotainment, and over-the-top TV. videantis has been recognized with the Red Herring Award and the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award as one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Germany.

Key milestones


  • Second Deloitte Technology Fast 50 award


  • Record high annual millions of cars shipped with videantis inside


  • Celebrating 10 years in business
  • Red Herring Top 100 award


  • Round of funding to accelerate growth
  • Announces computer vision partner program with 3 launching partners


  • Robert Bosch takes license for automotive solutions


  • First licensees for computer vision and ultra-low delay codec
  • Deloitte Fast 50 award


  • Low power 10-core v-MP4280HDX 40nm chip with Infineon and TSMC


  • World’s first internet-connected set-top box enabled by videantis IP


  • First automotive and mobile design wins


  • First licensee in Asia
  • IP video phone design win


  • Dual-core 65nm chip with Infineon, Chartered, IBM, and Samsung


  • First set top box and media player design wins
  • Multi-core IP family introduced at Microprocessor Forum


  • Videantis incorporates and spins out of Leibniz Universität Hannover
  • First processor IP licensee announced


  • World’s first multi-core 0.18um SOC media processor running MPEG-4 ASP with Micronas and UMC, presented at ISSCC’04


  • Founders start developing parallel media processors at the Leibniz Universität in Hannover.