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Arizona State University: On the same frequency
As part of DARPA’s Domain-Specific System on Chip program, Arizona State University assembled a team of academics and industry partners to pioneer a new approach to software-enabled radio frequency.
February 16, 2021
M0N0: A flashback
Designing any power-converter is a matter of compromises. For M0N0, we focused on efficiency at an extremely low output power - but how?
February 11, 2021
University of Bristol: A Centre of Excellence
The University of Bristol is committed to making a positive impact in society via their research. What are our sponsored students working on?
February 5, 2021
University of Washington: Partnership is power
The University of Washington’s Processing Systems Lab is pushing the boundaries of energy-efficient compute. Visvesh Sathe explains why Arm Research is a perfect partner.
January 20, 2021
University of Edinburgh: An Arm Research Centre of Excellence
Our collaboration with the University of Edinburgh supports fundamental research questions across a wide range of computer science.
January 11, 2021
Making FaaS aWsm: An efficient serverless Wasm runtime for the Edge
We have implemented our own LLVM-based ahead-of-time Wasm compiler, named aWsm, offering configurable sandboxing, optimized for performance.
January 7, 2021
Smart, efficient and virtual: Arm Research in 2020
2020 has been an undeniably unique year. In Arm Research, we are taking a look back at some of our favorite blogs from the past year.
January 4, 2021
Energy harvesting IoT needs a specialized virtual prototyping framework
Samuel C. B. Wong
To realize the scale of device deployments as envisioned by the Internet of Things (IoT), we inevitably face the issue of how these numerous “Things” are to be powered.
December 18, 2020
Traveling beyond Moore’s Law – together
When the University of Michigan partnered with Arm Research on a project for DARPA, there was a remaining technical gap the team needed to bridge, and Arm Research knew the ideal partner.
December 14, 2020
Arm Research’s John Biggs awarded the 2020 Ron Waxman Award for Meritorious Service to DASC
John Biggs, one of Arm’s founders and a Distinguished Engineer, has been awarded the Ron Waxman Award by the Design Automation Standards Committee (DASC).
December 4, 2020
Our partnership with the University of Cambridge
Our partnership with the University of Cambridge extends to their PhD students. From soft robotic applications to Armv8-A system-level semantics, get to know them and their research.
November 23, 2020
Anomaly Detection in IoT networks
In the past few years there has been mushroom style growth in IoT networks. The security aspect of intrusion detection and preventions is generally an afterthought.
November 16, 2020
University of Cambridge: Partners in Parallel
When Dr. Timothy Jones finished his PhD and was looking to establish his career, one email to Arm changed everything. It led to new collaborators, invaluable industry insight and a high-level mentor.
November 11, 2020
M0N0: A tale of three devices
M0N0 is advertised at 10nW shutdown power, but it is not all sleeping power. There is a piece of circuit constantly monitoring your battery, ensuring there is enough energy stored for M0N0 to perform…
November 4, 2020
M0N0: The devil is in the details
Smaller, cheaper, more efficient; three considerations when designing a power converter, and one usually prioritises one theme. Designing a power converter for M0N0 is no different.
November 2, 2020
Arm’s Transactional Memory Extension support in gem5
The Transactional Memory Extension (TME) is part of Arm’s A-profile Future Architecture Technologies program, which provides advanced information on unreleased versions of the architecture.
October 27, 2020
Research for a sustainable future
René de Jong
To help companies find the breakthrough innovations needed to support the Global Goals, the UNGC set up the Young SDG Innovator Program, which our colleagues in Arm joined.
October 19, 2020
Accelerating HPC with Advanced Programming Techniques (2/2)
In part two, we delve into improving HPC performance, and how we applied tasking to the miniAMR code across MPI and OpenMP, leveraging TAMPI.
October 12, 2020
Accelerating HPC with Advanced Programming Techniques (1/2)
Collaborative work between Barcelona Supercomputing Center and Arm Research explores taskifying an Adaptive Mesh Refinement code from the US Exascale Computing Project, at both the OpenMP and MPI levels…
October 8, 2020
Celebrating National Inclusion Week at Arm Research (3/3)
Representing our final blog of National Inclusion Week, we continue to dive deeper into the career paths of our colleagues in Arm Research.
October 2, 2020
Celebrating National Inclusion Week at Arm Research (2/3)
We are celebrating National Inclusion Week, and in part two of our three part series, we're exploring the career paths of some of our colleagues in Arm Research.
September 30, 2020