High-Performance GPU for Complex Graphics
Arm Mali-G76 is a Bifrost-based graphics processing unit (GPU) for the premium market, featuring wider execution engines with double the number of lanes of previous generations. Mali-G76 provides uplifts in both performance and efficiency for complex graphics and machine learning (ML) workloads. The introduction of int8 dot product support also provides a significant boost to ML processing power, providing partners with flexibility and choice for inference on device.
As VR moves to mobile devices, engineers are challenged to provide the required compute power within a fixed 2-3-watt thermal budget.
The innovations in Bifrost and the scalability of Mali-G76 have been developed to address these key requirements and challenges to power the next generation of mobile VR devices. With 30 percent more performance and 30 percent higher energy efficiency compared to Mali-G72, Mali-G76 can support complex uses for longer periods.
Learn more about how Mali-G76 can improve performance across a range of applications.
The Cortex-A processor series provides a range of solutions for devices undertaking complex compute tasks, such as hosting a rich operating system platform and supporting multiple software applications.
This high-efficiency and high-performance ML inference processor delivers innovative applications for a wide array of market segments, including mobile, IoT, embedded, automotive, and infrastructure.
Arm System IP enables system designers to configure and build high-performance, power-efficient SoCs while further differentiating with Arm processors and their own IP elements integrated via industry-standard AMBA interfaces.
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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