IMG iEW400 is the ultimate Wi-Fi solution for low-power IoT. Enhancing the low power capabilities of the 802.11n iEW220, it features the new IEEE 802.11ax standard, also known as Wi-Fi 6, which provides several enhancements over Wi-Fi 5 that makes it ideal for low-power IoT applications.
At Imagination Technologies we love engineering the AI, Graphics and Connectivity chip designs that are at the core of your favourite electronic products. What’s unique about our designs is that they’re high performance and power efficient while being squeezed into the smallest space possible. That means a no-compromise approach to making your gadgets smart and portable. It’s this philosophy that has led to Imagination Technologies powering more than 10 billion of the world’s most iconic electronic devices; from phones to drones. Our headquarters are based in the UK, but we have a global outlook. We chose our office locations around the world to attract the most talented technical minds and support key regional markets in the best way possible. Across our divisions, we employ specialists from over 40 nationalities who are passionate about their craft and the industry we’re in. They use the best tools and latest resources to solve some of technology’s most complex challenges for our customers, giving them a competitive edge and putting Imagination at the heart of the most important trends in technology.
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The real-time graphics pipeline, as modelled by today’s GPUs and its associated stack of drivers, compilers and API, accrues features at a rapid clip. The rate of change in how you program the entire system is rapid, with the ecosystem guardians and the hardware vendors that provide products for them taking advantage of the fact that GPUs have no standard...5 min Read
Imagination University Programme 2020 Edition focuses on helping students design graphics for mobile devices2 min Read
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