Samsung ARTIK 1 - MIPS microAptiv

IoT-focused Samsung ARTIK 1 chip is powered by two MIPS CPUs


Samsung Electronics president Young Sohn was at the Internet of Things World conference yesterday in San Francisco to introduce a new family of low-power chips designed for the next generation of IoT devices. One of the new chips presented on stage is called ARTIK 1 and features a MIPS32-based, dual-core application processor, flash storage, a […]

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Updated Creator Ci20 features improved board layout, out of the box FlowCloud support


Introducing the first version of our Creator Ci20 microcomputer during a dedicated event in London was a historic moment for Imagination – and a lot of fun for me! For the first time in the history of mobile and embedded computing, two of our most recognized brands (MIPS and PowerVR) came together in an accessible, […]

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Hacking MIPS-based dev boards at Maker Faire Bay Area 2015


Maker Faire Bay Area is around the corner and Imagination will be there to exhibit some exciting maker boards and projects that use our IP. Read on to find out how you can win some cool prizes by showing up to our mini-hackathons and what else will be on display during the event. Creator Ci20 […]

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MIPS is back

MIPS billboard and the Imagination Summit 2015 in Santa Clara


If you recently found yourself driving alongside Route 101 in Santa Clara, USA, you’d have noticed a billboard on the side of the road proudly declaring MIPS is back. With attitude. What’s going on? Why so bold a statement, at the heart of the US tech industry? MIPS momentum In an interview published by Ars […]

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PVRHub - PowerVR SDK v3.5

PowerVR SDK v3.5 is live, adds support for Android Extension Pack


PowerVR SDK v3.5 marks our first release for 2015 and is now live on our community page. We’ve made some significant improvements to several of the utilities and the SDK. In this release, support has been added to PVRVFrame for Android Extension Pack (AEP) as well as new hardware profiles including the Google Nexus Player, […]

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MIPSfpga programme opens up the MIPS architecture to universities worldwide


Please please please don’t obfuscate it! said a famous professor when I mentioned the outline of MIPSfpga, an exciting project part of the Imagination University Programme (IUP) I was working on at the time. The journey from IP to real hardware I’m a hardware guy by background. For me a tool is a solid object, […]

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Mobileye EyeQ4 - ADAS

New EyeQ4 ADAS chip from Mobileye uses multiple MIPS CPUs


Walking the halls of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, you’d think that everything is (and should be) about smartphones, tablets or wearables. However, this year marked a change for MWC – and several other big trade shows: many exhibitors were there to talk about providing solutions for fast growing markets beyond mobile; some of the […]

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Ensigma Whisper - connected processor

Ensigma Whisper radio processors take on low power connectivity


Digital baseband integration has been a growing trend in wireless applications as it offers tangible benefits for system architects looking to reduce cost, form factor and power consumption. Until now, our Ensigma Explorer RPUs (radio processors) have been leading the charge in high performance baseband integration. We’ve seen several strategic design wins in the last […]

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The future of mobile embedded GPUs - PowerVR Series7 infographic

The future of mobile and embedded GPUs [infographic]


With the new PowerVR Rogue GPUs making appearances in several mobile chips, we’ve designed an infographic which outlines the future of graphics processing on smartphones, tablets, wearables and more. The graphic helps consumers understand how the newer GPUs stack up against their predecessors and what are the unique advantages of PowerVR over competing solutions. We’ve […]

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Standing Egg - company

Low power Standing Egg sensor hub uses MIPS M5100 MCU


Sensor hubs have played a central role in the recent development of wearable and IoT devices but are now becoming increasingly relevant for other connected devices that require always-on, low power functionality. This category of chips is currently evolving from performing only simple, individual tasks (e.g. accelerometer, gyroscope, pressure etc.) to becoming a small compute […]

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