Press release

23 February 2004

PowerVR MBX Technology Widespread at 3GSM

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“London, UK: Imagination Technologies a leader in system-on-chip intellectual property (SoC IP) today announces that five of its partners are demonstrating solutions based on the PowerVR MBX graphics technology at 3GSM 2004 in Cannes including public demonstrations from ARM in Hall 4 stand K16B, and Texas Instruments in Hall 2 stand E19.

PowerVR MBX, which is licensed from Imagination Technologies, has rapidly become the leading graphics IP solution for next generation mobile computing, in-car and communication devices and has attracted wide ranging interest from developers based on its performance, features and support of industry standard APIs including OpenGL ES.

PowerVR MBX features 3D, 2D and video graphics processing in a small area with exceptionally low power consumption. It maintains all of PowerVR’s features and advanced capabilities, which will allow the development of advanced graphic content for a new generation of mobile devices.”

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