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Imagination Launches Fully Heterogeneous 'I6500' MIPS CPU; Mobileye Is First Major Customer

Imagination announced its next-generation fully heterogeneous MIPS CPU from its mid-tier "I-class" of CPU cores. Mobileye, former provider of Tesla Autopilot ADAS technology, will be one of the first major customers.
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