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Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge

Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge
Recently, the chip designer Arm has announced its Helium technology, the new lightweight M-Profile vector extensions (MVE) for the Armv8.1-M architecture. This new technology promises to deliver enhanced machine learning and signal processing for the smallest embedded devices.
19th February 2019

Benefit from creating your custom SoC

Benefit from creating your custom SoC
On the 6th February ARM, a specialist in SoCs and ASICs, hosted a seminar for technology companies which took place in Hannover, Germany. The purpose of the event was to show how customers can benefit from customisation of the SoCs they use, together with ARM and its approved partners. Silicon customisation helps to make existing architectures even more power efficient. 
11th February 2019

Arm DesignStart program accelerates Linux-based design

Arm DesignStart program accelerates Linux-based design
While the breadth of IoT provides endless possibilities for advanced software development, it also holds challenges for designers. In a rapidly changing and competitive market, designers need to differentiate their products and deliver enhanced designs at the lowest cost in the fastest time possible. Phil Burr, director, portfolio product management, Arm, explains.
22nd October 2018


Design possibilities expanded with free Cortex-M processors

Design possibilities expanded with free Cortex-M processors
As technology continues to pick up pace and push boundaries, the need for flexibility in product designs grows, contributing to a predicted 74% volume growth of the field programmable gate array (FPGA) / Programmable Logic Devices (PLD) market between 2016 to 2022.  By Phil Burr, director, Portfolio Product Management, Arm
2nd October 2018

Setting the stage for IoT transformation

Setting the stage for IoT transformation
The Internet of Things (IoT) will give businesses superpowers. Whether it’s an energy provider drawing data from its infrastructure to sense failures; a sensor-equipped building anticipating and then proactively dealing with occupants’ needs; or a retailer using data streams from its stores and warehouses to streamline operations, IoT systems can be transformational.  By Dipesh Patel, president, IoT Services Group, Arm
6th August 2018

Bringing new levels of security for constrained IoT devices

Bringing new levels of security for constrained IoT devices
Imagine a future of one trillion connected devices around the globe - in our cars, homes, hospitals, workplaces, streets. Well, everywhere. How do we ensure that even the most tiny, low power devices authenticate users, ensure personal information is encrypted and maintain enough battery life to do all of that efficiently and securely?
28th June 2018

Expanding IoT connectivity and device management capabilities

Expanding IoT connectivity and device management capabilities
The drive to give companies the opportunity to derive real business value from IoT data is one of many factors which has fuelled Arm’s vision of a trillion connected devices by 2035. They believe that the benefits of leveraging this data are often obvious: greater efficiencies, faster time to market, cost savings and new revenue streams, and that embracing these benefits ultimately comes down to ensuring the data is trusted, secure and quickly accessible to provide meaningful insights.
14th June 2018

Latest education kit enhances embedded computing

Latest education kit enhances embedded computing
The ninth and latest Education Kit from the ARM University Program has been introduced. The Embedded Linux Education Kit provides full courseware on developing embedded Linux products, including Linux kernel configuration and custom peripheral driver development, using low cost, powerful ARM-based single board computers.
27th March 2017

The future of debug and trace has arrived

The future of debug and trace has arrived
In an increasingly connected world characterised by faster product-development cycles, companies continuously seek new ways to get to market sooner and to improve products throughout their life span - from production and manufacture to remote access in the field.To address this requirement, ARM has introduced ARM CoreSight SoC-600, a next-gen debug and trace solution. This new technology offers debug and trace over functional interfaces such as USB, PCIe or wireless, reducing the need for hardware debug probes while increasing data throughput.
21st March 2017

HOPU-ARM Innovation Fund officially launched

  ARM and HOPU Investments have launched the HOPU-ARM Innovation Fund with investments from a leading Chinese sovereign wealth fund and international and domestic Chinese investment institutions and companies. The fund combines the technical prowess of ARM’s global ecosystem of partners and HOPU’s investment expertise.
10th February 2017

Bringing virtual spaces to mainstream mobile

Virtual Reality is one of the key emerging technology trends shaping the performance and efficiency requirements of the next generation of mobile devices.
7th November 2016

Processing units enhance VR and 4K streaming experiences

Processing units enhance VR and 4K streaming experiences
Two products have been launched by ARM which are designed to address Generation Z and mainstream demands for more immersive and interactive visual content on mobile devices. The two products are; the Mali-V61 Video Processing Unit (VPU) for real-time 4K120 video performance and the Mali-G51 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU).
31st October 2016

Cache-coherent network-on-chip IP maximises performance

Cache-coherent network-on-chip IP maximises performance
The Gemini 3.0 cache-coherent network-on-chip IP has been released by NetSpeed Systems, and maximises the performance of heterogeneous multicore system-on-chip (SoC) designs for cloud computing, automotive, mobile and IoT applications. Many of today’s applications build in human-like comprehension and decision-making capabilities.
4th October 2016

Open source NFV project delivers third platform release

Open source NFV project delivers third platform release
The OPNFV Project, an open source project that facilitates the development and evolution of Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) components across various open source ecosystems through integration, deployment, and testing has announced the availability of OPNFV Colorado, the project’s third platform release.
26th September 2016

Introduction to ARMv8 Architecture and DS-5

This video series explains how to run applications on ARMv8 model using the ARM DS-5 Development Studio.
5th September 2016

App steals medical device data on COTS phone

Relying on just Bluetooth Link Layer encryption to secure data between a medical device and the phone, leaves data vulnerable at higher layers above the Bluetooth stack.
8th August 2016

Introducing ARM DS-MDK for heterogeneous devices

ARM DS-MDK combines the Eclipse-based DS-5 IDE and Debugger with CMSIS-Pack technology.
8th August 2016

ARM launches mobile gaming education kit

ARM launches the Graphics and Mobile Gaming Education Kit in partnership with Chukong Technologies and Rockchip Microelectronics. The kit enables educators worldwide to teach students the fundamentals of graphics and mobile game design using state-of-the-art technologies from the ARM eco-system.
28th July 2016

SoftBank to acquire ARM for $32bn

SoftBank to acquire ARM for $32bn
In what some will see as a blow to the UK technology sector, Cambridge-based ARM has been sold to the Japanese company Softbank. The deal is worth $32bn, a 40% plus premium on ARM’s share price on Friday, although as has already been observed, the deal would have cost Softbank about $36bn before the EU referendum decision.
18th July 2016

Huaxintong Semiconductor licenses ARMv8-A architecture

Huaxintong Semiconductor Technology of China has licensed ARMv8-A architecture to accelerate advanced server chipset technologies in the rapidly expanding Chinese server market, the second largest data centre market in the world. The multiyear license will enable Chinese companies to deliver ARM-based server technologies in their home market, enabling large scale deployment of the most efficient server solutions available.
12th July 2016


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