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Intel® Atom™ processor Z3460/Z3480 supports OpenGL ES 3.0 and OpenCL 1.2 out of the box Alexandru Voica contributes to ‘My week with’, a column covering consumer products that use IP technologies from Imagination. When Intel first announced the new Atom Z3460/Z3480 (Merrifield) processors back in February, I was curious to find out the list of OEM partners which would launch

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These blog articles explore the potential of FlowCloud by offering several real-world examples, from home automation systems or healthcare to fully-fledged music subscription services. One of the simplest applications of FlowCloud is found within the Connected Home; essentially this is focused on adding connectivity, monitoring and control to passive devices, previously unable to be operated automatically or remotely. PowerBox includes

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The second release of the PowerVR Graphics SDK v3.3 is now available. We’ve built on our previous release to provide further support for OpenGL ES 3.1. For example, we’ve added an OpenGL ES 3.1 PC Emulation SDK for Windows and Linux, demonstrating new API features such as compute shaders. We have also added GLSL ES 3.10 syntax highlighting to PVRShaderEditor

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While writing the conclusion for the article announcing OpenGL® ES 3.1 conformance for PowerVR Rogue GPUs, I suddenly realized that we now have more than ten apps processors using PowerVR Rogue GPUs; this includes various configurations of dual or quad-cluster PowerVR Series6 graphics processors. Therefore, I came up with this idea of offering a bite-sized blog post that summarizes our

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The past six months have certainly been an exciting time for the wearable industry. We’ve seen new platform announcements from Ingenic, Ineda and Microchip, the rollout of several smartwatches and smart glasses from worldwide sellers, and the release of the new MIPS M5100 and M5150 CPUs designed for wearables and IoT. More recently, Archos has deployed our PowerVR GPUs in

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We are very excited to announce that PowerVR Series6 GPUs have achieved full conformance with OpenGL® ES 3.1, the latest version of the well-known graphics API developed and maintained by the Khronos Group. Being able to offer PowerVR developers access to the latest graphics and compute feature set is something we firmly believe in and work really hard to achieve

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At the recent Jefferies 2014 Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in Miami, former United States President Bill Clinton gave the keynote address. After his speech, Imagination’s CEO Hossein Yassaie had the chance to meet President Clinton, and the moment was captured on film. President Bill Clinton delivered the keynote address at the Jefferies 2014 Global TMT Conference in Miami,

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When it comes to operating systems, Linux® is perhaps the world’s most popular open source OS. Linux has been running on thousands of MIPS devices that have shipped in very large volume (north of several billions of units). The MIPS ISA (MIPS32, MIPS64 and microMIPS) is fully supported in Linux, with Imagination and our licensees providing frequent patches for new

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During the Imagination Summit in Santa Clara we’ve announced that we are making our innovative FlowCloud technology more easily available to developers, including the maker community, hobbyists and students, so that our ecosystem can speed application development for the Internet of Things (IoT). But what is FlowCloud and how can developers use it for IoT applications? This series of blog

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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

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We’re at the beginning of a new technological revolution: an era where thousands of hitherto disparate and unrelated devices will become connected and able to share information via cloud-based services. Imagine a world where your tablet is automatically populated with the latest movies, simply because you placed a diary entry into your smartphone indicating you were taking a long-haul flight.

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