Ossia and Si-Ware Systems announced transmitter (SWS1420) and receiver (SWS1420) chips for the 30-foot range Cota wireless charging technology.
PEZY computing announced that it licensed the 64-bit I6400 MIPS64 CPU from Imagination for its new many-core chip that will be integrated into highly efficient next-generation supercomputers.
Samsung announced that the next-generation Exynos 8 Octa SoC will also come with its first-ever custom CPU core based on the ARMv8-A architecture, an ARM Mali-T880 GPU, and a Release 12 LTE modem.
ARM announced the Cortex-A35, the successor to Cortex-A7 and Cortex-A53, and now the company's most efficient and configurable processor.
Imagination announced two new CPU cores based on Release 6 of its MIPS architecture: the 64-bit high-performance P6600 CPU, and the mid-range M6200 and M6250.
NuCurrent announced a 10W multi-mode wireless charging antenna that supports both the AirFuel and Qi wireless power standards.
Imagination announced that its upcoming Creator Ci40 developer board will support Google's IoT-focused Brillo operating system, OpenWrt, as well as Debian.
ARM announced a new Mali-470 GPU, the successor to the Mali-400 and Mali-450 GPUs, which can achieve double the energy efficiency of Mali-400 and is targeted mainly at the wearables and IoT markets.
MediaTek announced that it launched Starter Kit for IoT developers, which includes the LinkIt ONE development board, a range of Grove sensors, and integration with AWS IoT Services.
Qualcomm announced new and improved wireless technologies for its flagship chip, the Snapdragon 820, which should arrive next year. These include LTE Cat 12, 802.11ac MU-MIMO, 802.11ad, and LTE-U.
Qualcomm announced the new Snapdragon 430 and Snapdragon 617, two new midrange octa-core chips with high-end features such as the new Hexagon DSP, dual-ISPs and support for Quick Charge 3.0.
Apple announced its most powerful custom-designed chips yet, the A9 for the iPhone 6S and the more powerful A9X for the newly launched iPad Pro.