Come visit Khronos Group at the 2019 Alliance Community Reception at CES. This is an opportunity for attendees to meet and greet with Khronos and other organizations establishing industry standards and facilitating interoperable consumer technology. Enjoy refreshments, and relax amid the fast-paced action of CES.
DTI will present their latest 3D displays showcasing 3D Impact Media’s real-time 2D-3D multiview conversion technology based on OpenCL. See and meet us at booth #36385 at the Southeast corner of South Hall 4.
Intel introduced at CES the world’s first smartphone based on the company’s Atom Z2460 platform formerly code-named Medfield. The new Lenovo K800 handset will be available in Q2 2012 in China and will be the first smartphone ever to use an x86 microprocessor. Intel Medfield is powered by Atom architecture 1.60GHz x86 core with Hyper-Threading technology, enhanced Intel Deeper Sleep, C6E estate, S0i1/S0i3 power reduction features and 512KB of cache. The SoC also includes Intel GMA graphics core with OpenGL ES 2.0 and OpenVG 1.1 with hardware accelerated high-definition 1080p video playback, 32-bit LPDDR2 memory controller and Intel’s new image signal processor.
NVIDIA announced a partnership with ARM—code-named “Project Denver”—to build ARM-based CPU cores that could power PCs, servers, and supercomputers.