Tag Archives | MIPS

Imagination at CES 2015: press coverage round-up

      

CES 2015 was a great way to kick off the new year in style. This time around the focus was placed on refining and improving the user experience rather than innovating; there were also several exciting announcements for IoT, wearables and automotive that highlighted important trends for the next 12 months. For more information on […]

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MIPS goes to Pluto

  

This week we found out that NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft sent on a mission to reach Pluto in 2006 came out of hibernation for its long-awaited encounter with the world’s most famous dwarf planet. Traveling across the solar system, the New Horizons spacecraft is now approximately 3.5 billion miles from the Sun, nine years after […]

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GEAK chief executive shares his thoughts on the future of smartwatches

     

Working for a company that designs silicon IP and also has a consumer electronics division means I get to see new and exciting products weeks or months before their official release. There are several categories of devices that I am following closely right now – and wearables are probably at the top of my list. […]

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MIPS P5600 sets new record for single-threaded CPU performance

        

Two months ago I was returning home from our first ever Imagination Summit in Japan. While waiting to board the airplane that would take me back to England, I saw a billboard sign for Nissan – “WHAT IF_the world’s fastest man went even faster?”. That’s an interesting question, I said to myself. A few weeks […]

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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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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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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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Chipsets for smart glasses and other high end wearables

      

Smart glasses are an example of high-end output wearables; whether they’re used in industrial applications or to augment our everyday life, smart glasses are the poster child for computer vision applications and require significantly more horsepower than a traditional smartwatch. Smart glasses can be used for industrial applications or to augment everyday life activities Designing […]

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