ESPOO, Finland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rightware launched today Basemark® ES 3.1, a brand new addition to Basemark product line, the world’s most widely adopted mobile benchmarks. Basemark 3.1 enables professional and objective performance comparisons of mobile devices supporting the new graphics API OpenGL ES 3.1.
One of the groundbreaking new features in Basemark ES 3.1 is the ability to run custom tests by toggling various graphics features on or off. This innovation enables users to measure how specific graphical effects tax the device and to detect performance bottlenecks.
As with all its benchmarks, Rightware has developed Basemark ES 3.1 in close cooperation and under scrutiny of industry-leading device manufacturers and processor vendors, such as ARM, Imagination Technologies, Intel, Nvidia, Samsung and Qualcomm. This work is coordinated under Rightware’s Benchmark Development Program.
Basemark ES 3.1 is immediately available for both consumers and corporations. Individual consumers or developers can choose between the Free version and the Professional version, both available now on Google Play. Business customers should contact Rightware about acquiring a license for the Corporate version. http://www.basemark.com/contact/
“In developing Basemark ES 3.1, we set the bar especially high. Not only did we want the product to be even better and more reliable than any of its predecessors, but we also wanted to provide real innovation and new useful features,” said Tero Sarkkinen, Rightware’s Founder and General Manager of the Benchmark Business. “I am happy to say that we reached our goals and I believe customers will be quite happy with Basemark ES 3.1.”
More information about Basemark ES 3.1: http://www.rightware.com/benchmarks/basemark-es-3-1/
To download the consumer versions of Basemark ES 3.1, visit Google Play and search for Basemark. Please note that Basemark ES 3.1 only runs on OpenGL ES 3.1 enabled devices.
Rightware is the market leader in providing industry standard benchmarks for trustworthy performance analysis of processors, smartphones, and tablets. Its renowned Basemark® product family has been widely adopted by semiconductor companies, device manufacturers, operators, independent technology media, as well as consumers for various evaluation and development purposes. Rightware also develops the Kanzi® UI solution for rapid 3D and 2D UI design and deployment. Rightware is headquartered in Espoo, Finland and has offices in Silicon Valley, Detroit, Taipei, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai and Munich.