Tag: wireless


2017 is going to be a really exciting year and we’ve put together a list of predictions. Many of the technologies we’ve been discussing for years are about to hit the mainstream. Gartner calls this the ‘Slope of Enlightenment’, where the true benefits of a technology become clearer and more widely understood (note that Gartner wasn’t involved in the formation … Continued

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Since their release, the Ensigma Series4 family of Radio Processing Units (RPUs) has been the powerhouse for high-performance connectivity standards such as 802.11ac 2×2 and 802.11n 4×4 as well as many TV and radio broadcast standards supported by Imagination. Multiple customers have licensed these RPUs to integrate more (or all) high-performance connectivity on-chip; examples include S2-Tek, Toshiba, Elvees, Rockchip, and … Continued

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Alexandru Voica contributes ‘My week with’, a regular column covering consumer products that use IP technologies from Imagination. Product design and hardware specifications Earlier last month, an interesting email found its way in my inbox. It was from my colleagues at Pure who were announcing a stereo pair promotion for the Jongo wireless speaker system. I decided to jump right … Continued

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Those in the technology industry know that September is a busy month for shows and events; this year, both IFA and IBC 2013 have grabbed the news headlines. Between them both shows have provided a superb opportunity for companies to demonstrate their latest products and technological developments. For those who haven’t come across these shows, IFA is a public event … Continued

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After coming back from MWC 2013 in Barcelona where we’ve launched the PowerVR G6100 – our most smallest PowerVR Series6 GPU to date -, we’re dedicating this entry to a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the other important announcement made during the show. We’ve stated in a recent press release that power efficiency is now the dominant factor in mobile … Continued

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If you’ve had a look over Research and Market’s latest forecast, it would seem that there is a current surge in the demand for Wi-Fi to be present in all the consumer electronics devices that one expects to find in a connected home. The rising popularity of over-the-top (OTT) content delivered by services like Netflix or Hulu or through on-line … Continued

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