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Imagination tools graphics cores for 28 nm

10/15/2012 09:18 PM EDT
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re: Imagination tools graphics cores for 28 nm
rick merritt   10/16/2012 11:12:34 PM
So it turns out ARM has been doing this kind of process custo9mization for its CPUs via something it calls POPs for sometime. Recently ARM started doing this with its Mali graphics cores. Good context for Imagination's somewhat vague talk of similar ideas.

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