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 MediaTek Introduces New Tablet SoC With Heterogeneous Multi-processing Capability
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Message Text: MediaTek today announced its MT8135 system-on-chip (SoC) for high-end tablets. The quad-core solution incorporates two ARM Cortex-A15 and two efficient ARM Cortex-A7 processors, and the latest GPU from Imagination Technologies, the PowerVR Series6. processing subsystem.

The SOC is complemented by an optimized ARM big.LITTLE architecture.

MediaTek has deployed an advanced scheduler algorithm, combined with adaptive thermal and interactive power management to maximize the performance and energy efficiency benefits of the ARM big.LITTLE architecture. This technology enables application software to access all of the processors in the big.LITTLE cluster simultaneously. As the first company to enable heterogeneous multi-processing on a mobile SoC, MediaTek has positioned the MT8135 to support the next generation of tablet and mobile device designs.

The MT8135 features a MediaTek-developed four-in-one connectivity combination that includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and FM. It also supports Wi-Fi certified Miracast, which makes multimedia content sharing between devices easier.
 
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