The Mobile Vision Processor Company Movidius, the mobile vision processor company, designs high-performance, ultralow power vision processor chips, reference designs, software and development tools to revolutionize computational imaging and computer vision on mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, wearables and embedded devices. Movidius, established in 2005, is headquartered in San Mateo, California and operates development centers in Dublin, Ireland, and Timisoara, Romania. Movidius is a venture-backed company with investors including: AIB Seed Capital Fund, Atlantic Bridge, Capital-E, Draper Esprit and Robert Bosch Venture Capital.
Parent Company
San Mateo, US
Movidius was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Mateo, US

Key People at Movidius

Dan Dobberpuhl

Dan Dobberpuhl

Hongquan Jiang

Hongquan Jiang


Movidius Office Locations

Movidius has offices in San Mateo, Dublin, Timișoara and Shanghai
San Mateo, US (HQ)
200 1730 S El Camino Real
Timișoara, RO
Timisoara, Str. Gheorghe Lazar, Nr. 24, Fructus Plaza, 3rd Floor, Rooms 22, 23, 24, 25,==
Dublin, IE
1st Floor, O'Connell Bridge House, D'Olier Street, Dublin 2

Traffic Overview of Movidius

Movidius Online and Social Media Presence

Movidius News and Updates

Movidius brings its computer vision tech to the world’s largest security camera maker

 Soon your security camera will be able to tell whether it’s the mailman at the door or a thief. Computer vision is opening up the capabilities of video surveillance technologies that give sensors the ability to understand what they are looking at in the world around them. Today, Movidius announced …

China’s Hikvision taps Movidius to bring better A.I. to smart cameras

Computer vision startup Movidius has cut a deal with China’s Hikvision to bring better artificial intelligence to smart cameras. Under this deal, Movidius will provide deep neural network processing to Hikvision’s line of smart cameras. The partnership noted that the video surveillance market is on …

Intel's acquisition of Movidius pushes it further into the virtual reality market (INTC)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Intel announced that it's buying chipmaker Movidius, according to Recode. The deal, the terms of which were not disclosed, is expected to be finalized later …

Intel acquires Google’s Project Tango partner Movidius

Intel has acquired computer vision firm Movidius, which partnered with Google to develop 3D space mapping technology for Project Tango devices. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. With its latest purchase, Intel is set to build on its RealSense technology, which allows for measuring depth in p…

Intel acquires computer vision firm Movidius to boost RealSense tech

Moving deeper into computer vision, Intel is acquiring Silicon Valley startup Movidius for an undisclosed price. The deal will help Intel move into hot new markets with technology for drones, robots, virtual reality headsets, security cameras, and more. Intel said the move will also help it with dee…

Intel buys computer vision startup Movidius as it looks to build up its RealSense platform

 Intel’s RealSense platform was the star of its Intel Developer’s Forum conference in San Francisco last month and it seems the company is only looking to grow the scale and capabilities of its computer vision tech. Today, the company announced that it is acquiring the computer vision startup behind…
Show more

Movidius Company Life and Culture

You may also be interested in