IoT-focused Samsung ARTIK 1 chip is powered by two MIPS CPUs

Samsung Electronics president Young Sohn was at the Internet of Things World conference yesterday in San Francisco to introduce a new family of low-power chips designed for the next generation of IoT devices. One of the new chips presented on stage is called ARTIK 1 and features a MIPS32-based, dual-core application processor, flash storage, a … Read more

MIPSfpga programme opens up the MIPS architecture to universities worldwide

Please please please don’t obfuscate it! said a famous professor when I mentioned the outline of MIPSfpga, an exciting project part of the Imagination University Programme (IUP) I was working on at the time. The journey from IP to real hardware I’m a hardware guy by background. For me a tool is a solid object, … Read more

Inside the new Dhanush wearable chipsets from Ineda Systems

There is no question about the potential that wearable technology has to take the semiconductor market into a thriving new era of growth. A lot of the innovative devices in wearables have predominantly been driven by chips based around processor IP technologies from Imagination: most smart glasses today use a PowerVR GPU, while a large … Read more

Extending the award-winning MIPS Aptiv generation of CPU cores

Paul Evans, senior business development manager for Imagination, recently gave an exciting keynote at the Imagination Summit in Asia titled ‘MIPS CPU Processor Solutions: A Roadmap to High Performance and Low Power’. During this exciting and well-attended presentation, he talked about the latest developments within our MIPS Aptiv generation of CPU IP and introduced MIPS … Read more

The chipKIT from Microchip with a MIPS-based PIC32 32-bit CPU provides leading performance for MCU applications

How many times have you started an embedded project, then looked at all the kits available and felt you had to compromise due to software tools, community support or hardware characteristics? That ends today with the Microchip chipKIT™ Development Platforms based on a MIPS32 M4K MCU. The little techie video below courtesy of The Ben … Read more