Jon Peddie Blogs

Innovation; what takes so long?

Posted by Kathleen Maher on June 19th 2013 | Discuss
Categories: General Interest,
Tags: amd apple iphone cad maher e3 innovation

Kathleen Maher

The subject for today is innovation. Isn’t it always? Yeah, but innovation isn’t something that can be tapped like a maple tree; it doesn’t arrive just because you sent a trainload of cash to go get it. After a long silence, AMD has unveiled

Trends and Forecasts in Computer Graphics

Posted by Jon Peddie on June 19th 2013 | Discuss
Categories: General Interest, New product showcase,
Tags: apple mobile khronos trends api forecast

Jon Peddie

A new semi-regular series Having just finished a book on the history of computer graphics I’ve decided to be Janus and also look at the future, which seems appropriate because that’s where we’re all going to end up. Over the next few months I

Nvidia’s “Core” business

Posted by Jon Peddie on June 19th 2013 | Discuss
Categories: Blogs, Engineering and Development,
Tags: nvidia tegra kepler ip titan

Jon Peddie

Nvidia introduces a new business unit targeted at the other billion opportunities Nvidia has been involved with embedded, semi-custom and IP sales for special customers like Sony, Microsoft, Intel and Audi for several years, so they are no stranger to the idea, or the issues in supporting such customers. In

Qualcomm’s 1000x Data Challenge

Posted by Ted Pollak on June 4th 2013 | Discuss
Categories: Mobile,

Ted Pollak

The world has become a place where data is expected everywhere. As time progresses, that data is growing at a rate that mobile networks are already having trouble supporting. A good example of this might be a 45-second video of your kids at Disneyland taken with a smartphone. At 1080 resolution