Press release

06 December 2006

Imagination Technologies Wins in techMARK Awards 2006

Imagination Technologies a leader in System-on-Chip intellectual property (SoC IP) won the techMARK Technology Innovation Award at the 2006 annual techMARK awards dinner, sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers and The London Stock Exchange.

The award, sponsored by Numis, was given to acknowledge outstanding Technology Innovation by Imagination Technologies from 1 October 2005 to 30 September 2006. The award presentation was held on Thursday, 30th November 2006 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.

The techMARK awards dinner is one of the largest gatherings of technology companies in the UK, and is attended by all the main players involved in the UK technology markets.

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