The high-performance MB86R24 “Triton” combines the latest ARM® Cortex™-A9 dual CPU core with state-of-the-art, embedded 2.5D and 3D graphics cores. This third-generation application processor is the first device in Fujitsu’s new “Blueline” family of high-performance GDCs. The 3D core incorporates Imagination Technologies’ POWERVR™ SGX543-MP1, which supports open standard API formats such as OpenGL® ES 2.0.
The POWERVR core uses Tile-Based Deferred Rendering (TBDR) for render processing, which reduces performance loads on the CPU and GPU, and increases system capacity.
The high-end SoC also combines six video-capture inputs and three independent parallel display outputs. The chip’s architecture has been optimized for the simultaneous use of all functional blocks, virtually eliminating performance gaps. The device’s harmonized structure permits the simultaneous rendering of independent 2.5D and 3D graphics, the capturing of multiple video streams, and the display of content to multiple sources.
With its outstanding rendering performance and multiple standard and automotive-specific peripheral interfaces, this device is appropriate for a wide range of demanding automotive and industrial applications (883 KB).
(171 KB)"Triton" is a “right-sized” SoC featuring a unique blend of special-purpose functional blocks combined with a high-powered, standards-based GPU.Four Built-In Video Capture Functions: The four video input ports enable simultaneous processing of various different video images. The input function of up to 1,280 x 720 pixels, along with the enlargement/ reduction function and the function for converting moving images from interlaced format to progressive format, combine to enable the generation of images with minimal noise.
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