ARM Talks Mali Vulkan, Lack Of Open Drivers & More @ Linaro Budapest 17
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 11 March 2017 at 10:32 AM EST. 25 Comments
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Linaro Connect 17 was this past week in Budapest. One of the interesting sessions was with regard to ARM's Mali graphics drivers where Vulkan was talked about as well as the lack of current open-source drivers due to lack of customer demand.

The slide deck from the presentation isn't yet available, but for those interested, embedded below is a video recording of the session talking about ARM Mali Linux graphics drivers and the Q&A period where there was inquiries about the lack of open drivers, etc. While they don't have an open driver stack at this time, at least their Mali Vulkan SDK is open.

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