XLR8 SOFTWARE OPTIMIZES POWER & PERFORMACE OF
EMBEDDED GPUS at CES 2012
LAS VEGAS, Nevada.--(LadyDragon.com)14/01/12--LucidLogix (Lucid) today announced GPU virtualization
software designed to improve the response performance,
visual quality and battery efficiency of mobile devices
including smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks, notebooks and
more. Codenamed XLR8, Lucid has taken the
core technology behind its recently announced Virtu MVP
software and applied it to single, embedded graphics
processors like AMD Fusion™, ARM® Mali, Intel®
Ivy Bridge™ and NVIDIA® Tegra™.
Most PC graphics challenges are magnified when it
comes to embedded GPUs, like visual tearing and
artifacts, pipeline inefficiencies and power
management, said Offir Remez, president of Lucid.
Moreover, most hit PC games have limited
playability on those platforms, so it was natural for us
to introduce our core technology and know-how to the
world of mobile devices. We believe the applications for
XLR8 software could be endless. If its got a GPU,
we can improve the end user experience.
XLR8 increases CPU frame generation while minimizing
redundant GPU rendering tasks, providing maximum input
responsiveness, sometimes as high as a 200 percent
improvement. And, it does this while minimizing battery
drain. XLR8 allows mainstream and mid-range GPUs to
deliver the experience of higher priced systems with
The core technology behind XLR8 uses unique
multi-threading, task detection and redundant task
removal processes that are also sensitive to
battery/power draw. Learn more about XLR8 at http://www.lucidlogix.com.
XLR8 is currently in the labs of major partners for
Lucid Technologies has reinvented multi-core graphics
with its Virtu GPU virtualization software that optimizes
system performance, visual quality and responsiveness
while minimizing power drain. Headquartered in Kfar
Netter, Israel with sales and marketing in Santa Clara,
California, Lucid's innovations are protected by more
than 60 patents pending. For more information, visit the
Lucid website or follow @LucidHYDRA on Twitter.