FXI was founded in 2006 as a spin-off of Falanx Microsystems AS after Falanx was acquired by ARM Ltd, the world’s leading IP producer. Falanx developed the Mali™ technology platform that became the world’s leading chip design for graphics and video acceleration on mobile devices, combining highly advanced 2D/3D graphics and video richness with minimum power consumption and size.
Today the Mali family remains the market leader in mobile GPUs, and Trondheim, Norway is the global design center for ARM’s Media Processing Division with more than 100 engineers.
What We Do
FXI Technologies today is offering the worlds first any screen microcomputer – a single hardware/software cross-platform that offers the same graphics performance and feature set per pixel as in higher end devices (like the PS3). The first device, called the Cstick: Cotton Candy, has been well received in the market as the pioneer in a new category of thumb sized computers also called micro or minicomputers or PCs on a stick. FXI reference designs are based on open source and offer device OEMs and mobile application developers a variety of rich opportunities to develop products that defy the limits of screen size and walled-garden ecosystems. Consumers and enterprises will benefit from the unprecedented portability, security and computing flexibility of the any screen microcomputer.