Think Silicon S.A. exhibited at ChipEx2019, the largest annual event of the Israeli microelectronics industry, which was held in May 13, 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Think Silicon was hosted under the Greek Pavilion organized by the Hellenic Emerging Technologies Industry Association (HETiA). The visitors of our booth had the opportunity to view exciting demonstrations of our latest technologies and meet with key Think Silicon business and technology leaders.
At ChipEx Think Silicon exhibited NEMA®|p the world’s smallest 2.5D GPU (0.074mm2 @ 28nm) for MCU driven SoCs. The company has partnered with Synopsys to create a showcase of an ultra-low power Internet of Things (IoT) platform designed for connected wearable, mobile, and embedded display devices. The demo showed Synopsys technology sporting a DesignWare® ARC EM5D Processor together with NEMA®|p, 2.5D GPU, NEMA®|DC 4-layer display controller and NEMA®|GFX-API, targeting ultra-low power and battery driven wearables and low-power embedded applications.
Additionally, the visitors had the chance to view and try NEMA®|GUI-Builder, an easy to use GUI-development tool which lets developers create ultra-low power, fast and compelling graphical user interfaces for small display devices. NEMA®|GUI-Builder offers programmers the ability to significantly reduce the time of the GUI development on SoC platforms (MCU/MPU) by simply enabling drag-n-drop common control and input elements (e.g., buttons, icons, sliders, containers, etc.) on the GUI surface benefited by a large set of library Widgets. NEMA®|GUI-Builder comes with the Think Silicon software API NEMA®|GFX and its highly efficient compression technology NEMA®|TSC™, created for use also on SoC platforms (MCU/MPU) with non-Think Silicon GPUs.
Think Silicon also showcased NEMA®|t – the industry’s first ultra-low power 3D GPU supporting open graphic standard APIs and Vector Graphics for System on a chip (SoC) solutions. NEMA®|t is designed to support mid-range to high-end quality wearables and IoT/embedded devices, which require a more powerful fully supported 3D user interface including SoC solutions with 32-bit MCU or MPU and rely on a more sophisticated OS, such as Android Wear.
For more information about Think Silicon’s Ultra Low Power Technology, please contact us at info(at)think-silicon.com.
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