The past six months have certainly been an exciting time for the wearable industry. We’ve seen new platform announcements from Ingenic, Ineda and Microchip, the
Over the past few months, we’ve seen a new wave of announcements related to Internet of Things (IoT) and other ultra-portable devices integrating Imagination IP.
Mobile phones have been visually-oriented devices since the appearance of the first camera phones, and today user-produced content has been a driving force behind everything
Two months ago we were excited to reveal that the Samsung Exynos 5410 processor utilizes our PowerVR SGX544 GPU. One recent example is the latest
Simple 2D operations continue to be very common in embedded systems. But as modern embedded GPUs increasingly become GFLOPS monsters to handle advanced functionality such
Understanding PowerVR Series5XT: Multithreading, multitasking ALUs, the MicroKernel and core scalability
A unified architecture means that the ALUs (Arithmetic Logic Units – the bits of the hardware that do all the number crunching as part of
In the previous three sections, I discussed the need to match market requirements, our rapid adoption of multiple graphics APIs, and our uncompromising support for
In my last two articles, I’ve explained how PowerVR Series5XT GPUs are able to go beyond the basic feature set of graphics APIs like OpenGL
On March 15th, Samsung announced their flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone – powered by their own Samsung Exynos 5 Octa SoC with a PowerVR SGX544MP3 GPU
Chinese chipset vendor Rockchip has just joined the ‘high efficiency, low power’ club by recently announcing the 28nm RK3168 dual core processor with PowerVR SGX
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