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Benny Har-Even

Always getting smarter? The trends of CES 2017

With the dust firmly settled on this year’s CES we thought we’d take a look back at the show to see what stood out in terms of overall trends, with AI, security, connected cars, VR, AR and drones all making their mark. Listen up Did this year’s show

Internet of Things (IoT)
Alex Voica

Ensigma Whisper radio processors take on low power connectivity

Digital baseband integration has been a growing trend in wireless applications as it offers tangible benefits for system architects looking to reduce cost, form factor and power consumption. Until now, our Ensigma Explorer RPUs (radio processors) have been leading the charge in high performance baseband integration. We’ve seen

Internet of Things (IoT)
Alex Voica

Imagination at CES 2015: press coverage round-up

CES 2015 was a great way to kick off the new year in style. This time around the focus was placed on refining and improving the user experience rather than innovating; there were also several exciting announcements for IoT, wearables and automotive that highlighted important trends for the

Internet of Things (IoT)
Alex Voica

FlowCloud: Enhancing the wearable experience

An important aspect for all mobile devices – and wearables especially – is keeping personal data secure. There have been several articles published on this topic, from Forbes and The Guardian to Symantec. Designing secure and scalable software for wearables is equally important to ensuring the hardware elements

Internet of Things (IoT)
Alex Voica

Chipsets for smart glasses and other high end wearables

Smart glasses are an example of high-end output wearables; whether they’re used in industrial applications or to augment our everyday life, smart glasses are the poster child for computer vision applications and require significantly more horsepower than a traditional smartwatch. Smart glasses can be used for industrial applications

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

SoCs for smartwatches and other mainstream wearables

According to a team of Gartner analysts, affordable Android-based smartwatches will retail at $30 by 2015 as interest builds up inside consumer mass markets in China and internationally. This puts smartwatches at the forefront of wearable adoption, since it is a category of devices that consumers are already

Wearable SoCs for fitness bands and activity trackers

Fitness bands and activity trackers are helping millions of consumers monitor their exercise habits and improve their  overall health. IHS Technology is projecting that fitness trackers will be worth $2.2 billion in 2014, up 22% over last year’s $1.9 billion. Designing embedded processors for fitness bands If you

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

How to select the best PowerVR GPU for your processor

In an article published recently I provided an overview of the most common metrics used to measure the relative performance of GPUs. I also covered how these metrics are reflected in some of the most popular graphics benchmarks available to silicon vendors, OEMs and consumers. Today I am

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

PowerVR GX5300: the world’s smallest GPU for next-generation wearables and IoT

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 rollout of several smartwatches and smart glasses from worldwide sellers, and the release of the new MIPS M5100 and M5150 CPUs designed for

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