As big events go, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) divides opinion almost as much as a Star Wars movie. It never fails to attract the crowds, but with its numerous halls and myriad devices (of variable quality), all vying for attention it never fails to delight and frustrate in equal measure.
No doubt though if you’re involved in creating the devices that will light up the lives of people around the world in the coming years you’ve already made your arrangements to be there. If you need a break from the mayhem of then you’ll appreciate being able to have a conversation with Imagination Technologies at CES 2018 in the relative quiet of the Venetian hotel, just a few minutes’ drive from the main exhibition halls.
We are at a transitive time in the technology world as the major players on the market look to dominate with their technologies and platforms: in mobile, in the home and in that fascinating combination of both: automotive. Across all of these spheres neural network processing, which is often just referred to as AI, will play a big part. Our Vision and AI technology, of which our Series2NX neural network accelerator is an example, is set to help many companies build products to ride the AI wave in 2018 and beyond.
Augmented reality, mixed reality and virtual reality continue to hold significant promise and our world-famous PowerVR graphics IP, with industry-leading performance in low-power envelopes, is well suited to help drive this forward.
The smartphone market may not be the brand new, but it continues to be the centre of the technology world, and PowerVR graphics IP remains the ideal solutions for low, mid-range and premium markets.
With 5G networks looking large on the horizon, connectivity is, of course, vital, and Imagination’s Ensigma Communications Wi-Fi and Bluetooth solutions are the comprehensive choices where power efficiency and scalability is required.
To talk to us about how our IP is impacting the technology world, or how you can integrate our IP into your products then come see us at the:
The automotive industry is going through many changes and that is having a huge impact on the semiconductor IP industry. The vehicle will move from being predominantly mechanical to primarily a computer on wheels enabling a future of self-driving cars,