First hands-on with the Creator Ci20 microcomputer


When we introduced Creator Ci20 two weeks ago in London, we had several demonstrations on display showing the full capabilities of the board in terms of performance and power consumption. Today we will be showing you a selection of these demonstrations that focus on three areas: gaming, multimedia streaming and web browsing. For those who […]

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Our PowerVR Graphics SDK is now on GitHub


Traditionally, our PowerVR Graphics SDK has been made available through our PowerVR Insider website. For the v3.4 release of our SDK, we wanted to make it as easy as possible to access, modify and integrate it into graphics applications. In addition to the existing downloadable SDK installer, we have started using GitHub as an alternative […]

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Optimizing graphics applications for PowerVR GPUs


Knowing where to look for help is half of the battle when it comes to optimizing your application. This blog post is intended to ease your 3D graphics development process by not only directing you to relevant learning resources, but also explaining what analysis tools are available and detailing the various ways to contact our […]

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MIPS Creator Ci20 development board now available for only $65


An exciting new microcomputer for Linux and Android enthusiasts has arrived. When we initially announced the MIPS Creator Ci20 development board, we were flooded by your exciting project proposals; the launch generated so much interest in our little programme that our site crashed under the intense pressure. Introducing the new Creator programme We’ve spent the […]

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SELTECH debuts new FEXEROX hypervisor for MIPS MCUs


My colleagues have just returned from the Embedded Technology conference and exhibition, held annually at the Pacifico Yokohama Convention Centre in Japan. ET is one of the world’s largest trade shows for embedded system designers and managers – and Imagination has had yet another impressive presence this year. Among the many demonstrations shown at the […]

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New white paper from TIRIAS Research on the world of connected devices


TIRIAS Research is a high-tech research and advisory firm consisting of a team of experienced analysts which includes Jim McGregor and Kevin Krewell. We’ve recently asked them to take a look at our newly-announced MIPS I6400 64-bit CPU and offer their impressions and thoughts on this revolutionary design in the context of today’s fast-moving computing […]

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The latest MIPS-based communications and networking processors


A few days ago somebody asked me on Twitter for a list of MIPS-based networking processors. A few hours later I went to work and produced a list of the most recent chips that use MIPS CPUs. The list below focuses on two main categories: 32-bit home networking and 64-bit enterprise communications, storage and security. […]

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Ingenic introduces MIPS-based M200 chip and Newton2 platform for wearables and IoT


Earlier this year I reported about Ingenic Newton, a new MIPS-based platform targeting a wide range of connected consumer devices, including wearables, smart appliances and e-health sensors. This board was powered by an Ingenic JZ4775 chip which included a MIPS32-based XBurst single-core processor clocked at 1 GHz. Today I am very excited to introduce Ingenic […]

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PowerVR Series7XT GPUs push graphics and compute performance to the max


If you’ve been keeping track of the evolution of mobile graphics in the last decade, you might have noticed several trends that have changed the industry to the core. Probably the most visible and often talked about is the rapid increase in performance and feature set. It is becoming clear that high-end mobile GPUs are […]

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New PowerVR Series7XE family targets the next billion mobile and embedded GPUs


One of the main advantages of PowerVR GPUs lies in their ability to meet even the most demanding requirements across a wide range of markets, from mobile devices and smart TVs to automotive and game consoles. If mid- to high-end devices prioritize performance per mW and useful, differentiating features, the entry-level market is driven by […]

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