The importance of male allies in engineering

To mark Women in Engineering Day (23 June 2020), in this blog post, Elliot Taylor, a hardware design engineer at Imagination, gives his personal views.

Why aren’t more women choosing engineering?

Research by the Women in Engineering Society (WES) concludes that women make up just 12.3% of all engineers in the UK, and only one in five of jobs are.

Imagination achieves ISO 26262 statement of conformance

As we move to an ever more autonomously driven world, Imagination is delighted to announce that it has received an ISO 26262 Statement of Process.

Why benchmarks are the missing piece of the ray tracing puzzle

The real-time graphics pipeline, as modelled by today’s GPUs and its associated stack of drivers, compilers and API, accrues features at a rapid clip..

Why we’ve created a safety-critical driver for automotive GPU acceleration

As we saw earlier this year at CES 2020, when it comes to automotive, the future is rushing to meet us. Large, high-resolution displays with.

Work at a time of pandemic

The text below was written for our global team as some help and advice to reassure our colleagues during these difficult times.  We think this would be.

Taking the HyperLane with IMG A-Series

A few months back we introduced the IMG-A-Series, our latest GPU IP, packed with so much scalable, low-power graphics and compute performance we think.

Max out Call of Duty Mobile with PowerVR

If you’re wary about Call of Duty®: Mobile, don’t be. Sure, there are compromises here and there – along with some mildly obnoxious microtransactions –.

Coherency gathering in ray tracing: the benefits of hardware ray tracking

Despite the theoretically infinite ways to implement a modern GPU, the truly efficient ways to make one come to life in silicon tend to force the hands.

Why Imagination Technologies has joined the FIDO Alliance

We all know passwords are a problem. We have too many of them to remember, but too many of them are reused to make them secure. No surprise that they.