NEMA/PICO is the world’s smallest, most ultra-low power and cost efficient 2D GPU.
The world’s smallest GPU will soon be released at the CES 2016 in Las Vegas. The GPU called NEMA/PICO has been created by the company Think Silicon. The GPU has innovative power saving methods.
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It can extend battery life of wearable devices from three to six days. Just today Think Silicon announced they will release the GPU at CES. The GPU has a 0.07mm2 die-area which is two times smaller than the competition.
The GPU also has the most power efficient 0.05 mW leakage along with a2D Graphics Processor Unit. NEMA/p significantly helps lower power consumption.
The NEMA/p was specially designed for small wearable devices, IoT platforms and the embedded systems. In such areas the power consumption and battery life is crucial.
The need for greater battery life along with maintenance of vibrant graphics and fluid 2D User Interface is increasing. The NEMA/p will be displayed at the Think Silicon exhibit. The exhibit stall will be set up at the Booth# 81349 in the CES Sands Expo Level 1 Hall.
Ulli Mueller is the Vice President Marketing of Think Silicon. According to Mueller customers have been asking for a very small, ultra-low power but still robust GPU.
The GPU should be able to support small and smart display applications. Think Silicon listened to the customers and the result is here. The GPU is a sleek piece of technology tailored for cost sensitive applications.
Our customers asked for a very small, ultra-low power but still robust GPU, supporting small and smart display applications," said Ulli Mueller, Vice President Marketing of Think Silicon.
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"They told us their goal is to create compelling GUIs, without breaking the bank. We listened and the result we designed is a sleek piece of technology tailored for cost sensitive applications and markets."