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ARM adds power to supercomputer elbow
An ARM-powered supercomputer, the Fugaku, a system jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu was awarded the number one spot of the TOP500 list at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC).
Webinar: software analysis of complex Cortex-M applications
In complex embedded applications, it is often very difficult to find the root cause of reduced performance or incorrect program operation. Several software stacks and RTOS kernels have already hooks for event annotations, which helps to identify incorrect usage faster.
Free Access to Arm IP for Silicon Startups
In today’s challenging business landscape, enabling innovation is critical - now more than ever, startups with brilliant ideas need the fastest, most trusted route to success and scale. Highlights of the Flexible Access for Startups program: $0 easy access to the world's leading SoC design portfolio, $0 license fee for the production of prototypes and $0 cost tools, training, and support to ...
Silicon startups get zero-cost access to ARM IP portfolio
Arm Flexible Access for Startups is an extension of its already highly successful Flexible Access program.
Arm enables IoT proliferation through Pelion platform
According to the 2020 Economist IoT Business Index study, nearly one-third of external IoT projects remain in the early implementation phase. While this is a vast improvement compared to previous years (only 14% in 2017), there is still much work to be done. To address this, Arm is focusing its efforts onthe Pelion platform to provide the underlying IoT connectivity and management technologies, enabling our partners to quickly make...
IoT fortunes rising fast: The Economist Intelligence Unit Index 2020
The longest-running business study into the Internet of Things shows significant IoT investment is likely to tip global deployments over into global maturity this year. Over seven years, The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) IoT Business Index survey has established itself as the most authoritative in-depth study of IoT growth.
Remote SIM provisioning over NB-IoT
There is no doubt that the IoT is revolutionising industry, and businesses are rapidly recognising the revenue opportunities that can be realised via connected, intelligent devices. Over the last few years the IoT ecosystem has evolved and matured to the point where it is now a very attractive proposition for companies looking to invest.
Evolving automotive infotainment with Arm
Vehicle cockpits are now being designed by automakers with an increasing number of advanced features influenced by the wide array of new technologies used by consumers daily. There are also new advanced safety features that are being added, which are essential to achieve the goal of autonomous vehicles. The cockpit of the future cockpit requires advanced processing capabilities to meet consumer demands for connectivity, safety, and futu...
Analytics solution to maximise smart spaces
Commercial building property managers are under pressure to maximise value per square foot and deliver optimal experiences for their occupants. The Internet of Things (IoT) can help solve these challenges by providing better insights and predictability for space usage including room occupancy, resource trends and traffic patterns. By Dave Weidner, senior director, ISG Market Development, Arm
Processing power in automotive with ARM
This video is an introduction to Arm processing power in automotive.
Security certification for IoT announced at embedded world
To support widespread deployment of secure IoT solutions based on its Platform Security Architecture (PSA) framework, Arm and its independent security testing lab partners Brightsight, CAICT, Riscure and UL, along with consultants Prove&Run, have announced PSA Certified. At this week’s embedded world exhibition, Electronic Specifier Editor, Joe Bush, caught up with David Maidment, Director, Secure Devices Ecosystem at Arm, to find out m...
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.
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.
Strengthening autonomous trust on the road
According to recent data from AAA, 73% of American drivers are too afraid to ride in fully self-driving vehicles and 63% of US adults feel less safe sharing the road with self-driving vehicles while walking or cycling. By Lakshmi Mandyam, VP automotive, Arm
Paving the way for iSIM
5G technology will be a springboard for cellular IoT development, and as embedded SIM (eSIM) continues to gain traction in mainstream markets, it is likely to pave the way for the introduction of iSIM as early as the first half of 2019. Author: Vincent Korstanje, Vice President and General Manager, Secure Identity Business, Arm.
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.
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
Bluetooth low energy software stack to unleash IoT innovation
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is quickly becoming the Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity protocol of choice for a variety of use cases, including smart lighting, smart cities and asset tracking, where low-cost, power consumption and small footprint are fundamental requirements. Author: Zach Shelby, Vice President of Developers, IoT Services Group, Arm.
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
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?