Top GPU for Cost-Constrained Devices
The Arm Mali-G31 is the first ultra-efficient GPU based on the innovative Bifrost architecture. Bringing the benefits of Bifrost to a whole new tier of device, Mali-G31 builds on the success of the previous ultra-efficient products in the Mali-400 Utgard series. With significant energy and area savings compared to the next level of device, plus support for the very latest APIs, Mali-G31 is the GPU of choice for lower-cost devices.
Mali-G31 is the smallest processor to be able to support not only OpenGL ES 3.2, but also the more recent Khronos API, Vulkan. This means that the vast energy efficiencies and optimizations enabled by these APIs are accessible to developers across a whole new performance tier of content, which can now work across all tiers of Mali-powered devices. More games and applications will be available across more devices, allowing more people to play them. As a result, developers can reach a bigger market and sustain the next phases of their app development.
Mali-G31 was designed to make sure the future of DTV is in safe hands. With its 20 percent smaller area, it reduces cost for silicon manufacturers while still providing the performance for user interface-specific workloads. Implemented together with the other new Mali Multimedia Suite products—Mali-V52 and Mali-D51—these brand-new mainstream solutions bring significant performance and efficiency uplifts, as well as providing a competitive advantage to our customers.
Find out why Mali-G31 is the most effective processor for lower-cost devices.
Mali-V52 is the next-generation video processor optimized for the mainstream market. It offers area savings and uplifts in both encode quality and decode performance.
Mali-D51 is the first display processor to bring the benefits of the new Komeda display architecture to the mainstream. Mali-D51 offloads the GPU by performing composition, in-line rotation, high-quality scaling gamma/de-gamma, and other imaging processing before sending the final image to the screen.
Arm-based chips, device architectures, and technologies orchestrate the performance of everything that makes modern life possible — from smartphones to agricultural sensors and from medical instruments to servers.
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