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Imagination Touts MIPS for LTE

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BARCELONA, Spain -- Imagination Technologies (LSE:IMG), a leading multimedia, processor, communications and cloud technologies company, announces that its multi-threaded MIPS(R)* processor cores show significant performance benefits compared to single-threaded platforms for LTE baseband processing in user equipment (UE) such as mobile handsets and tablets. Results were achieved on reference platforms for both LTE and LTE Advanced, which will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress, being held February 25 -- 28, in Barcelona, Spain. Leveraging the power-efficient MIPS multi-threaded cores, Imagination and SAI Technology achieved a performance increase of 45% over a single-threaded platform when executing SAI's LTE Advanced software stacks on SMP Linux**. As the next major milestone in LTE evolution, LTE Advanced signifies a dramatic increase in network capacity and considerably higher data rates enabling high bandwidth, media-rich services to be delivered to residential and business/enterprise users. Designers of next-generation systems such as picocells, femtocells and advanced handsets can leverage the MIPS-Based(TM) multi-threaded solution--which supports new LTE Advanced Release 10 features including carrier aggregation, as well as MIMO, EMBMS and Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE)--to build high-performance, low-power products. Imagination is also teaming up with SAI and Mentor Graphics to create an integrated multi-threaded solution for 4G LTE. The solution will include multi-threaded MIPS processor cores, the popular Mentor Nucleus(R) VSMP Real Time Operating System (RTOS) and LTE software stacks from SAI that are optimized to take advantage of multi-threading. For LTE systems such as dongles, smartphones, tablets, and high-volume embedded devices within the 'Internet of Things,' the MIPS-Based multi-threaded solution can enable designers to build products with advanced real-time capabilities, low power consumption, and high performance. Imagination Technologies Group plc

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