ASU is pleased to have joined the Mobilebench Consortium in 2016. We are continuing to look for new, important mobile workloads that are used to evaluate designs to improve performance, energy efficiency, and user experience in the mobile domain. Our team is committed to collaboration with the consortium and to designing high-performance, energy-efficient mobile SoCs.
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Samsung expects that the MobileBench Consortium is going to play a major role in uniformly assessing hardware performance for both developers and for users of mobile devices. We are working closely with other consortium members to develop the best possible assessment tools, in a collaborative effort that we are encouraging other interested companies to join.
Intel is pleased to have joined the MobileBench Consortium during the past year. We support efforts that advance the state of benchmarking in the industry, and are active participants in several benchmarking consortia and benchmark development programs. Intel is committed to work alongside the other members of the MobileBench Consortium to grow the number of industry supported benchmarking tools available for Android.
With the cooperation of the mobile industry at large, the MobileBench Consortium is seeking to give top priority to providing users with added convenience and more usable features. Broad adoption of MobileBench’s applications will better delineate differences in performance and enable mobile system designers to deliver uniform performance in more diverse user environments at a faster pace.