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Developing technologies for systems on chip (SoC)

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  • UserTony King-Smith, Executive Vice President, Imagination Technologies
  • ClockTuesday 25 November 2014, 13:00-14:00
  • House408.

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SoCs have transformed the semiconductor and electronics industries, integrating staggering breadth of functionality and performance into highly cost-effective, low power but complex single-chip solution platforms. However, there has been another transformation: many of the major functional blocks on today’s SoCs are provided by Silicon IP providers rather than designed in-house. Tony will review some of the important technological and market trends in key segments and discuss how Imagination Technologies is helping to create the ability to translate vision into reality , and to constantly enhance it. He will touch on key functional blocks in modern SoCs explaining how the GPU is becoming the new driving force not only for modern applications but also for design methodologies and process technologies, and how heterogeneous processing is transforming the way SoCs handle key user applications across multimedia, processor, communications, cloud and more.

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