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Imagination META

The META is a 32-bit multithreaded microprocessor developed by Metagence Technologies Division from Imagination Technologies.[1] First version of META were developed in 2001 as META-1 multithreaded DSP core aimed for audio, radio and video processing.[2] META HTP core family was announced in 2007 and is based on META-2 architecture.[3][4]

META family consists of Meta HTP Applications Processors (High performance, 400-700 MHz on 65L - 65G process[3]), META MTP Embedded Processors and Meta LTP Embedded Microcontrollers.[5]

It is supported by the Linux kernel as of version 3.9[6][7][8]

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  5. ^ Product Description on Imagination Technologies website
  6. ^ Pull new ImgTec Meta architecture from James Hogan
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External links

  • Product Description on Imagination Technologies website


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