We have so little of it lately
A high profile member of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has urged the government to take all necessary steps to prevent a Chinese firm from taking control of Imagination Technologies.
Worried that British technology could end up in Chinese paws
Senior MPs are asking the government to intervene to prevent a Chinese state-owned business from taking control of the board of British chipmaker Imagination Technologies.
For mid-high range mobile devices, TV and other markets
Imagination Technologies says that that fabless semiconductor company, UNISOChas licenced its latest generation of neural-network accelerator (NNA), IMG Series3NX for use in future system-on-chips (SoCs) targeting mid-high range mobile devices and tellies.
Ready for 5G
Imagination Technologies announced its PowerVR Ray Tracing technology for licensing, enabling state-of-the-art realistic image rendering using light-modelling techniques to be integrated into graphics processing units (GPUs) across mobile, automotive, server and other markets.
For automotive, mobile, smart surveillance and IoT edge devices.
Imagination Technologies announced PowerVR Series3NX, its latest neural network accelerator (NNA) architecture.
Furian Architecture four-cluster PowerVR Series8XT GT8540
Imagination Technologies has announced a new, high-performance GPU core that supports the multiple, ultra-high resolution displays for cluster, Head-Up Display (HUD) and infotainment that automotive manufacturers will install in car interiors after 2018.
Based on a specialised PowerVR
Imagination Technologies has been showing off its standalone hardware IP neural network accelerator which is powered by its PowerVR architecture implementation for neural networks.
It’s easy if you try
British chip designer Imagination Technologies said it can’t strike a deal with the fruity cargo cult Apple and the sale of the company triggered by the dispute was continuing with talks with potential buyers.
The price of being dependent on Apple
Imagination Technologies, the British firm that lost 70 percent of its value after being ditched by its biggest customer Apple, put itself up for sale.
You still need us and we will sue you to prove it
Apple’s attempts to strong arm its suppliers by cutting off their money supply unless they give it huge discounts is starting to get some kick-back from its suppliers.