This story is from the category Computing Power
Date posted: 07/08/2012
ARM has announced its second generation GPU designs.
It says the T-600 series architecture offers a 50% performance boost which could help smartphones and tablets run more graphics-intense video games and run photo editing programmes faster.
ARM says the first products using the tech should launch by September 2013.
ARM dominates the market in mobile device CPU (central processing unit) designs, but is a smaller player when it comes to GPUs.
Another British firm - Imagination Technologies - is currently the major force in the mobile graphics sector.
Neither ARM nor Imagination build anything themselves, but instead make money by licensing their intellectual properties to manufacturers who combine them with other technologies to create the chips that power mobile devices.
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