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goafrit
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re: Freescale, Vivante, Rightware team on automotive display
goafrit   6/24/2012 7:30:14 PM
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The key message here is that companies are collaborating. This is the only model that makes sense with the high level competition that is evident in the industry.

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re: Freescale, Vivante, Rightware team on automotive display
Kinnar   6/24/2012 7:15:49 PM
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Are we talking about playing high definition 3D games on the dashboard? As the kind of Displays and GPUs discussed in the above topic talks of such requirement.

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re: Freescale, Vivante, Rightware team on automotive display
eewiz   6/24/2012 1:46:06 PM
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"OpenVG operates in parallel to the other engines and delivers sharp, fast accurate needle renderings, Rightware said." I guess auto display graphics will be much less complex compared to mobile/consumer devices. So I am wondering what competitive advantage Vivante have over other players like imgtech or ARM/Mali



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