March 1st, 2013
ARM submits Mali™-T604 graphics processing unit (GPU) for OpenGL® ES 3.0 conformance with Khronos*. The Mali-T604 is existing silicon already shipping in a range of market leading devices, including the Samsung Chromebook, Google Nexus 10 and the recently announced Samsung F8000 LED TV.
This submission helps to enable the consistent and reliable solutions and standards the industry needs. ARM continues to support a wide range of market leading graphics APIs, which offer high performance graphics solutions for mobile, tablet and smart TV devices. APIs enable a fast pace of progress in graphics and provide a consistent standard to which both hardware providers and software developers adhere. ·
ARM are founding members and have been avid supporters of the Khronos standards for 10 years. With the submission of OpenGL ES 3.0 for conformance, it adds to the wide Khronos API support currently available for Mali GPUs which includes OpenCL 1.1 Full Profile as well as market leading OpenGL ES 2.0 implementations. The Mali-T600 Series of GPUs have been designed from the outset to support OpenGL ES 3.0.
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* Product is based on a published Khronos Specification, and is expected to pass the Khronos Conformance Testing Process.
Current conformance status can be found at www.khronos.org/conformance
28 February 2013 ·
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