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GC Nano User Interface Acceleration

A white paper by Vivante Corporation This paper describes the importance and necessity of 3D graphics processors (GPUs) in wearables and IoT. Historically, wearables and IoT had simple user interfaces (UIs), but the industry is moving towards a GPU-based platform

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Freescale launches $149 Android wearables platform

Source: CNET Freescale Semiconductor, a maker of small, low-power processors, has announced an effort based on a $149, Android-powered, open-source electronics board to try to help hardware developers build its chips into wearable computing devices.

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Vivante Tackles Wearable Tech with New GPU Core Release

Source: Rory Lidstone, Wearable Tech World Vivante Corporation is best known for its efforts in the area of M2M and the Internet of Things (IoT) — for example, its technology powers advanced driver assistance systems — but the company recently

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Vivante puts out an OpenGL ES 2.0 GPU in less than 1mm^2

Source: Charlie Demerjian, SemiAccurate Since the term cloud isn’t getting much attention anymore it is time to move to the Internet of Things and Vivante is right there for it. In fact they have a solution called IoTGC 400, a

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OpenGL ES 2.0 GPU Core at less than 1 mm square total silicon area

Source: Khronos Group Vivante Corporation announced an area-optimized version of its GC series OpenGL 2.0 ES GPU cores for Wearable and other IoT devices. Featuring the industry’s tiniest GPU core, less than one mm2, the GC400 gives MCU/MPU silicon vendors

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