Deliver The Best (8K, 4K, FHD, SD), Faster, For Less, Without Change.

Our new EMPEG compression system allows for high-quality video streaming without buffering or degradation of quality, even at low bitrates.

This full HD video was encoded faster than realtime at a 34% lower bitrate than the industry-leading codecs are capable of.

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Enhanced MPEG Video Compression

Trireme's EMPEG compression technology is a software-based solution that enables:

  • Ultralow bitrate 6 to 12 times smaller than standardized video
  • 4,000:1 compression ratio of EMPEG-H.265/HEVC vs. original
  • 2,000:1 compression ratio of EMPEG-H.264/AVC vs. original
  • EMPEG technology can be deployed without changing or modifying the existing platforms in use
  • Customers & end users will not need to purchase or download any hardware or software to receive and view any video or data received in the EMPEG-H.264 or EMPEG-H.265 formats

We don't change the bandwidth, we make it more efficient.

Trireme offers an effecient and flexible solution to video compression and delivery. Just like large semi-trucks can cause congestion on the road, large files congest content delivery networks. Rather than spending large sums of capital on increasing bandwidth (widening the roads) to support these ineffeciently packaged files, Trireme compression retains higher quality at a fraction of the bandwidth. Effectively, Trireme compression turns your semi-trucks into smaller, faster motorcycles.

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At A Glance

Better Quality

Capable of
UHD at 1.5 Mbit/s
FHD at 0.5 Mbit/s

EMPEG requires only 66% of the bandwidth as FFMPEG for the same VMAF quality.

Better Compression

4000:1 with EMPEG-H.265

2000:1 with EMPEG-H.264

Versus original video file.

Lower Bitrates & Less Bandwidth

6x - 12x Lower

Than current best-in-class compression methods.

Fully Compatible

No Additional Hardware or Software

Does not require additional hardware, users do not need any additional software.

Notable Benefits

Accelerate Content Delivery & Alleviate Network Congestion

Network congestion is alleviated and capacity is increased with Trireme EMPEG Compression technology. Our patented technology provides compression across the infrastructure and bandwidth that you have in place today.

Ease of Adoption & Integration No Network Disruptions

Trireme EMPEG Compression extends the capacity of your existing distribution channels with near zero CAPEX. Our disruptive technology works alongside your existing infrastructure to deliver 6 to 12 times the capacity at notional costs.

Increase Network Capacity & Increase Market Share

Delivery of high quality content at low bitrates is our value proposition by delivering content to customers previously inaccessible. Leveraging of existing legacy infrastructure such as ADSL will create instant ROI.

For Your Industry


For Media & Entertainment

EMPEG Video compression can reduce overhead for media and entertainment by quickly reducing file sizes and reducing costs to host and store content during and after production. EMPEG preserves quality even at low bitrates, allowing for faster, more efficient file sharing and minimizing the need to transfer RAW or high bitrate files.


For Security & CCTV

Trireme's compression technology offers major benefits such as efficient storage of archived footage, optimized bandwidth for real-time surveillance, faster retrieval and analysis of video footage, and seamless integration with existing systems. These advantages contribute to improved operational efficiency, cost savings, and better overall security management.


For Realtime Video

Our compression technology offers valuable benefits to the video conferencing industry. EMPEG ensures high-quality video transmission, reduces bandwidth requirements, and minimizes buffering, resulting in enhanced video conferencing experiences. The technology seamlessly integrates into existing platforms without need for new hardware or modifying existing software, enabling providers to deliver more cost-efficient, higher-quality, and more immersive video communication for their users.


For CDNs

Trireme EMPEG compression can benefit Content Delivery Networks by reducing bandwidth requirements and optimizing video streaming. Reducing file sizes reduces hosting needs and potentially reduces the number of datacenters necessary to deliver videos with acceptable latency. Additionally, EMPEG enhances the viewing experience for audiences, particularly those with limited internet connectivity. This cost-efficient solution enables companies to reach broader audiences, and deliver high-quality content while minimizing expenses without needing to change hardware or existing software.

About Trireme


Trireme is a technology-holding company that designs, develops and deploys mission critical software solving some of the most complex problems associated with data security, video compression, and advanced technologies in the public and private sectors. Trireme’s Founder & Inventor is a voting member of the Motion Imagery Standards Board (MISB) since 2008, under the umbrella of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).


Our original (previous) video compression method (Patent US8306340B2) was first approved for use by U.S. Navy, being a part of our ultra-low latency software for video compression, encryption, forward error correction and streaming from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to ground control stations, used by U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Special Operations Command, Joint Special Operations Command, U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG), commonly known as DEVGRU or SEAL Team Six, etc.

In February 2019, the Special Air Service (SAS), the Special Boat Service (SBS) and the Special Reconnaissance Regiment (SRR) teams from the U.K. were trained on U.S. soil to use the same software with the previous compression method.