Press release

27 March 2015

Imagination reports strong momentum behind its Ensigma connectivity technologies in key markets

Toshiba offers extended range of TZ5000 application processors featuring connectivity and multimedia capabilities from Imagination

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London, UK – 27 March, 2015.  Imagination Technologies Group plc (IMG.L) reports that Toshiba Corporation’s family of TZ500 series applications processors, which integrates a range of Imagination IP processors, including PowerVR graphics, video processors and Ensigma Explorer radio processors (RPU), has extended its series to include four additional applications processors.

The Toshiba TZ5010XBG, TZ5011XBG, TZ5021XBG and TZ5023XBG applications processors are the newest addition to Toshiba’s ApP Lite™ series. These processors also integrate high-speed wireless LAN and NAND flash memory in one package, targeting applications including IoT, over-the-top (OTT) tuners, IP media boxes, wearable devices, digital signage, thin client terminal devices and more.

In addition, reference designs using the Toshiba TZ5000 processors feature a companion analogue chip powered by Imagination’s Wi-Fi RF technology.

More details on the extended Toshiba TZ5000 series can be found here.

About Imagination Technologies

Imagination is a global technology leader whose products touch the lives of billions of people throughout the world. The company’s broad range of silicon IP (intellectual property) includes the key multimedia, communications and general purpose processors needed to create the SoCs (Systems on Chips) that power all mobile, consumer, automotive, enterprise, infrastructure, IoT and embedded electronics. These are complemented by its unique software and cloud IP and system solution focus, enabling its licensees and partners get to market quickly by creating and leveraging highly differentiated SoC platforms. Imagination’s licensees include many of the world’s leading semiconductor manufacturers, network operators and OEMs/ODMs who are creating some of the world’s most iconic and disruptive products. See: www.imgtec.com.

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