Imagination Demos Realtime Ray Tracing (Update: Video)
Imagination announced today that it has entered a partnership with TSMC to develop IoT subsystems that would cut the time to market for their customers.
Imagination announced that the Russian company Baikal Electronics is now using the MIPS P5600 CPU in its Baikal-T1 chip for networking devices.
Imagination announced the Ensigma Whisper radio processor family for IoT and wearables that include support for Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth Smart.
Code commits show that the launch of a MIPS-powered Chromebook is imminent.
Imagination announces its new high-end GPU targeted at affordable Android-powered consoles, the PowerVR GT7900.
Imagination and SELTECH have worked together to support the FEXEROX hypervisors on MIPS microcontrollers to enable increased security for embedded systems.
Imagination announces its first MIPS64 CPU core for mobile, and hopes to beat ARM and Intel at the mid-range of the market with significantly higher performance per cost.
Imagination tries to attract Linux and Android developers to its MIPS CPU architecture with the new Creator CI20 development board, targeted at open source communities, hobbyists and schools.
This architecture will enable multiple standards on a single SoC.
This GPU core is the smallest Android compatible solution.
So, a new Consumer Electronics Show is upon us, and with it a new set of revisions to Imagination Technologies' PowerVR Rogue GPU core - as made famous in last year's Apple A7 SoC.
Last week we took a trip to Silicon Valley for a briefing on Imagination Technologies' roadmap, including new PowerVR GPUs and the future of MIPS. "There should always be Pepsi wherever there is Coke," it was said, and Imagination wants to be Pepsi.
Nvidia continues to encourage game developers to add Tegra-only details to their Android titles. Is Tegra 3 the killer SoC for Android gaming? How do Tegra-optimized games look compared to the same titles on iOS? Is it all just a bunch of marketing hype?
Imagination Technologies, which claims to hold a 75 percent technology market share for GPUs in smartphones, is expanding the Series6 of graphics processors.
Graphics chip IP company Imagination Technologies has released a new version of its texture compression engine for PowerVR Series5XT and Series6 GPU cores -- some of which are used in today's smartphones and tablets.