June 23, 2014 -- Digital Media Professionals Inc. (DMP), a leading provider of 3D/2D graphics and computing intellectual property (IP) cores, announced today that it became a partner in the Altera Design Services Network (DSN) program to help customers accelerate Altera FPGA and SoC design productivity and innovation.
DMP develops and provides leading-edge GPU IP cores for 3D/2D graphics rendering and computing purposes. Altera certified DMP as an Altera DSN member based on its track record in GPU IP licensing for embedded space. DMP GPUs play a profound role in improving the interactive visual experience of a wide range of applications that range from TV, cameras, automotive, and gaming, all the way to industrial equipment. Through the alliance program, DMP will make significant contributions by providing GPU and professional service related to computer vision to accelerate and spread visual computing technologies using Altera FPGAs and SoCs.
Tatsuo Yamamoto, President and CEO at DMP, expressed his hopes by saying, “We are pleased to work with Altera as a member of their DSN program. The number of ASIC and ASSP designs continues to decline. We expect that FPGA design using our leading-edge solution in visual computing arena will fuel higher growth. Through our collaboration with Altera, our solutions enable optimal implementation to Altera FPGAs and SoCs so that our mutual customers can get to market in the shortest time possible.”
“The performance and capabilities of FPGAs make them ideally suited for use in graphics and computer vision applications,” said Shelly Davis, broad base product line director, Altera Corporation. “The addition of DMP to our Design Services Network provides our customers in Japan and North America a very experienced partner they can rely on for the development of FPGA-based computer vision and 2D/3D graphics rendering applications.”
Digital Media Professionals Inc. (TOKYO: 3652) develops industry leading 2D and 3D graphics solutions for global consumer electronics, mobile, embedded and automotive markets. The company was founded in Tokyo, Japan in 2002 and is currently developing several graphics IP cores based on the Khronos™ Group open standards and DMP’s cutting edge 3D graphics IP “Maestro Technology”.