Today, we are proud to introduce IMG A-Series. It’s not only a range of new cores, but it introduces a new GPU architecture too. The headline figure? A-Series is 2.5x faster (or 150%) for the same area and same power compared to our currently shipping PowerVR GPUs.
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After a short hiatus, we are proud to announce that the Imagination University Programme is back. Following our transition to new ownership, the refreshed Imagination University Programme (IUP) course looks to harness the core strength of the company, namely low-power GPUs for efficient embedded graphics processing (ranging from the entry-level for TV GUIs up to high-performance gaming) and neural network accelerators for edge-based artificial intelligence.
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