Imagination Technologies, a leading multimedia technologies company, announces the latest IP cores in its ground-breaking PowerVR Series6 GPU core family. The PowerVR G6230 and G6430 GPU IP cores are the latest in a growing family of PowerVR Series6 GPU cores and deliver high compute efficiency while minimising power and bandwidth requirements. Rogue meets requirements for compute APIs including OpenCL 1.x and Renderscript Compute, delivering an optimal balance of performance versus power consumption for mobile and embedded devices. All members of the Series6 family are designed to support all features of the latest graphics APIs including the next generation of the OpenGL ES API, OpenGL 3.x/4.x, and DirectX10 with certain family members extending their capabilities to full WHQL-compliant DirectX11.1 functionality.
The Khronos Group just wrapped up another tour in Asia. Slides from the visit and a few photos are available online.
In addition to TransGaming, Khronos counts as member companies such leading organizations as Apple, Intel, Nokia, Samsung, Sony, AMD and NVidia, as well as over 100 others. Given that kind of membership list, and a singular focus on creating open standard APIs, we felt that Khronos was absolutely the right umbrella under which to develop a new industry standard for input.
Jon Peddie Research is reporting that Japanese 3D IP provider Digital Media Professionals IPOed this week and rallied the first day moving from ¥2,400 to ¥3,050. According to CEO Tatsuo Yamamoto and many others, this has been the most successful debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange since the March Tsunami disaster. DMP is a member of the Khronos Group, and we congratulate them on their debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Intel plans to buy Wind River Systems for $884 million. Wind River’s software helps companies develop and test software for devices like rear-seat entertainment systems in cars and avionics in defense aircraft.