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re: Graphics IP startup claims 40 licensees
jederrick   12/29/2010 6:55:28 PM
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The three major players for this market in no particular order are: ARM with Mali graphics IP. Imagination Technologies. Vivante. Each have their particular strengths and weaknesses across technical and business characteristics. Through various corporate and advisory roles in the Android / consumer space I've seen them all.

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re: Graphics IP startup claims 40 licensees
chanj0   12/29/2010 6:04:22 PM
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The demand of GPU for mobile application is going up. The future of the company looks promising. What's the alternative if Vivante solution is not used?

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