David Harold

David Harold

David Harold is VP of Marketing and Communications at Imagination Technologies. David joined Imagination in 1998 and has helped it grow from PC cards, arcade machines and games consoles to its breakthrough mobile GPUs, market-making digital radio technology, and now AI & vision technology. Though his focus at Imagination is on partnerships, branding and marketing he also writes and speaks on technology topics, especially AI and future trends.
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Back in the high-performance game

My first encounter with the PowerVR GPU was helping the then VideoLogic launch boards for Matrox in Europe. Not long after I joined the company, working on the rebrand to Imagination Technologies and promoting both our own VideoLogic-branded boards and those of our partners using ST’s Kyro processors. There were tens of board partners but only for one brief moment did we have two partners in the desktop space: NEC and ST.

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Connecting to CES 2019

Attending CES on an annual basis does enable one to make comparisons and get a sense of how technology and trends are progressing. Therefore, as

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CES 2018: talk, TV, tablets and new tech

CES is a babble of conversations – some selling, some speculating, and some just complaining about the traffic. What was a rumble of noise last

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Who wouldn’t want to be Knight Rider?

In the early 1980s, TV was full of exciting new fantasies about how technology would change our lives. From digital watches that would make us

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The dawning of the AI age

I don’t think many would disagree that the key technology trend of the 21st century so far has been the advent of mobile. However today

Imagination Data Bite: Using mobile technologies

Imagination reached out to 428 technology users from across our connected society as part of its Technology of the Future Survey, which explored user attitudes

Engadget on OMAP5

Via Engadget we have this exciting first report on TI’s OMAP5, which includes PowerVR. OMAP5430 and OMAP5432  reportedly combine a dual-core 2GHz ARM Cortex-A15 with PowerVR

BIS Electronics Showcase

The latest in innovative, high tech electronics have been showcasing the very best of British manufacturing at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS)

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