Press release

13 April 2004

New Multimedia Accelerator Features Imagination Technologies’ PowerVR Cores

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London, UK: Imagination Technologies a leader in SoC IP reports that Intel Corporation is utilizing PowerVR cores for the newly introduced Intel 2700G multimedia accelerator, an advanced graphics and video processor for mobile and embedded devices.

The Intel 2700G multimedia accelerator incorporates a PowerVR MBX graphics core and PowerVR video acceleration and display processing cores from Imagination Technologies.

Said John Metcalfe, VP business development [PowerVR], Imagination Technologies, “”;With the Intel 2700G multimedia accelerator, Intel is adding important new graphics and video capabilities to handheld computing devices, which together with supporting full VGA resolutions will help re-invigorate this market sector.””;

The Intel 2700G Multimedia Accelerator chip is available for sampling by customers now and will be in volume production later this year.

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