Digital TV News: Pete Hutton

ARM introduces new 64-bit IP suite for high-end mobiles
Feb 3, 2015 – ARM (LSE: ARM; NASDAQ: ARMH) has announced a suite of IP featuring its new ARM Cortex-A72 processor. The IP suite also offers a graphics upgrade supporting visual experiences at up to 4K120fps resolution.
News categories: ARM, Pete Hutton, Digital TV, Mobile, Semiconductor, Silicon IP, Worldwide

ARM and eyeSight bring gesture recognition to ARM Mali GPUs
Oct 14, 2013 – eyeSight has announced that it has completed extensive work in partnership with ARM to optimize its leading gesture recognition solution for use on ARM’s Mali T600 Graphics Processing Units.
News categories: eyeSight, ARM, Pete Hutton, Gideon Shmuel, Middleware, Semiconductor, Silicon IP

Entropic switches to ARM Mali for graphics and extends ARM Cortex processor licenses
Jul 22, 2013 – ARM (LSE: ARM; Nasdaq: ARMH) has announced that Entropic (NASDAQ: ENTR) has licensed the ARM Mali™-400 and Mali-450 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) technology and has also entered into a new license agreement for the Cortex-R5 processor.
News categories: ARM, Entropic, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Silicon IP

Global Businesses Select ARM Mali GPU Technology across All Smart Devices
Feb 25, 2013 – ARM (LSE:ARM; Nasdaq:ARMH) has revealed that it has 75 licenses of its ARM® Mali GPU family of products across the smartphone, tablet and graphic-enabled Digital TV (DTV) markets.
News categories: ARM, MWC20, Semiconductor, Silicon IP

ARM Launches Second Generation of MALI-T600 Graphics Processors
Aug 6, 2012 – ARM (LSE:ARM; Nasdaq:ARMH) has announced the second generation of the ARM® Mali™-T600 Series graphics processing units (GPUs), providing a dramatically improved user experience for tablets, smartphones and smart TVs.
News categories: ARM, Semiconductor, Silicon IP, Smart TV, Smartphone, Tablet

MStar Licenses ARM Mali GPU Technology for Smart-TV Applications
Jan 30, 2012 – ARM (LSE: ARM; Nasdaq: ARMH) has announced that MStar has licensed ARM Mali GPU technology for use in smart-TV applications. The deepening relationship aims to drive technology innovation between the two companies and alignment on future product roadmaps.
News categories: ARM, MStar Semi, Semiconductor, Silicon IP, Smart TV