Though it would be unfair to state that there was a point where device security never mattered, it’s safe to say that the interest in security from hardware manufacturers, developers, and consumers alike has never been greater. Thanks to a combination of greater hardware capabilities, wider than ever deployments of computers in all facets of life (e.g. IoT), and yes, no shortage of high-profile security breaches, device security has become increasingly important. So far pretty much every vendor has taken their own crack at the matter, and Imagination Technologies is no different. As the owner of the MIPS architecture and the PowerVR family of GPUs, Imagination has been working on the matter for some time now. Most recently, as our long-time readers may recall, the...
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