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Introducing IUP, the Imagination University Programme

    

Having managed several university programmes for some of the world’s leading semiconductor companies, I have found that there are three reasons why companies should engage with academia: Recruitment – to find people Research – to discover new ideas Marketing – to influence the broader market It’s this last topic – Marketing – that mystifies most […]

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Imagination at MWC 2015: press coverage round-up

      

While my colleagues were basking in the Californian sun attending GDC in San Francisco, I was busy running from one meeting to the next at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It was an impressive run for Imagination – we scheduled over 50 briefings with press and analysts from all over the world. For […]

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MBA students study Imagination to improve their country

A group of MBA students from Moscow School of Management Skolkovo visited the offices of Imagination Technologies in Santa Clara, California. This visit was a part of a program aimed at familiarizing future executives with the Silicon Valley business infrastructure and the key companies in the world’s high-tech ecosystem. For Imagination, this visit presented an […]

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Jefferies 2014 Global TMT Conference: making an impact on the world stage

    

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 […]

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Imagination and Imperial College London: a role model for industry-academic partnership

Over the past five years, Imagination has been working hard to develop strong recognition and relationships throughout the UK university community. Of these, the most advanced relationship we have today is that with Imperial College London. Regarded as one of the UK’s top universities, ranked by the Times as #10 in the world (Cambridge was […]

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Stanford University President John Hennessy and Imagination CEO Hossein Yassaie talk about MIPS and the future of computing

Back to the future (of mobile computing) In 1984, a group of close friends (John Hennessy, John Moussouris and Edward “Skip” Stritter) founded a new company called MIPS Computer Systems. Back then minicomputers (‘mini’ had a wide definition at the time) were establishing themselves against mainframe workstation dominance. The IBM PC and Apple II/III computers […]

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Imagination Technologies launches new logo at MWC 2013 (part 2)

  

At MWC 2013, Imagination Technologies has reinvented itself with a brand new company logo offering a new identity and a refreshed image to partners, investors, and analysts. The new branding represents Imagination’s diversification and growth due in large part to recent acquisitions of several key companies such as Caustic Graphics, HelloSoft, MIPS Technologies and Nethra […]

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Imagination Technologies launches new logo at MWC 2013 (part 1)

  

At MWC 2013, Imagination Technologies has reinvented itself with a brand new company logo offering a new identity and a refreshed image to partners, investors, and analysts. The new branding represents Imagination’s diversification and growth due in large part to recent acquisitions of several key companies such as Caustic Graphics, HelloSoft, MIPS Technologies and Nethra […]

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Students take on the Internet of Things with Imagination’s FlowCloud platform

       

Imagination has a number of close links with universities supporting both research and teaching programmes.  One example of this is the Group Design Project which is done as part of the University of Southampton Electronic and Computer Science undergraduate Master of Electronic Engineering (MEng) courses.  The project lasts for 10 weeks, and the students work […]

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The very first Developer Day at Imagination

  

A few weeks ago Imagination opened its doors to give undergraduate and graduate students an early Christmas present: Imagination’s very first Developer Day. This day was the idea of one of our Developer Technology engineers, with the premise of providing keen, new programmers an insight into the basics of 3D graphics. In the morning students […]

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