LG Mobile Multicore Devices
I caught up Henry Nho from LG Mobile where he showed me the Optimus 3D MAX and the Optimus 4X HD, both based on the ARM Cortex-A9 processor, then discussed the advantages of the Cortex-A9 and its multiprocessing capabilities. LG Mobile was also recognized for their Optimus 4X HD quad-core smartphone when they won Best Phone at MWC 2012.
Metaio Augmented Reality
Thomas Alt, the CEO of Metaio, discussed what it will mean to have Augmented Reality in our daily lives in the future, as well as what the ARM Mali technology advantages are and how to overcome some of the compute and energy consumption challenges in the mobile market.
ARM Secure Mobile Payments with TrustZone
Rob Brown, the Director of Marketing of the Secure Services Division at ARM, showed me the ARM TrustZone demos on display at the ARM booth. This technology is bringing secure mobile payments to the everyday consumer and making it simpler to exchange funds via smartphones with just a few clicks.
Morpho Mobile Image Processing
Dr. Hiraga, the President of Morpho, stopped by the ARM booth to tell me about their innovative image processing technology and collaboration with ARM Mali in the GPU computing space.
Texas Instruments OMAP 5
Mike Blaskovich, the OMAP 5 Platform Marketing Manager at TI, shared with me some of the advantages of the dual core ARM Cortex-A15 in TI's new OMAP 5 platform and showed me an impressive demo.
Stay tuned to the Smart Connected Devices blog for the news and interviews as we seek out the latest innovations and device trends at MWC this week.
See videos from ARM at MWC, HERE.
More blogs from MWC 2012:
- Mobile World Congress 2012: ARM Enabling Great Smartphone Innovation
- ARM Mobile Showcase at MWC 2012: Multicore, Security & LTE
- MWC 2012: Cutting Edge Smartphones & Secure Payment Technology
- Samsung Confirms Mali is in the Exynos 5250 Processor
- Wireless Connectivity at Mobile World Congress 2012
Katie Morgan, Digital Marketing Lead, ARM, was thrown into the fast paced and exciting world of technology in 2007. She has now fully transformed into a technology enthusiast that always has at least her smartphone in hand, mini laptop and (now adding to the list) tablet at her side. Exploring the ever-evolving digital and social media outlets of Web 2.0 (wait is it Web 3.0 already?) is her thing. She is enjoying the rapid innovation that is changing her highly connected lifestyle into "connected without borders."
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