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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
Celebrating National Inclusion Week at Arm Research (1/3)
In our first blog of National Inclusion Week, we discuss embracing and valuing differences. In Arm Research, we understand that diversity is key to creating and delivering innovative technology for the…
September 28, 2020
Efficient Bug Discovery with Machine Learning for Hardware Verification
For present-day microprocessors, it is even more challenging to identify bugs. Using (ML) to efficiently identify bugs, we've seen a 25% increase in efficiency than the default verification workflow. …
September 22, 2020
What you Missed at the First Virtual Arm Research Summit
Over 560 delegates from 47 countries, 14 hours of content from 20 talks and one 3D platform. Catch up on the Arm Research Summit 2020, including all talk recordings.
September 18, 2020
SMARTER: Parsec - Security at the Edge
As more data is collected and computed, the security concerns surrounding privacy increase. Applications are pushed from the cloud, out to the edge, increasing the attack surface exposed to the Internet…
September 14, 2020
Fused: Closed-loop Performance and Energy Simulation of Embedded Systems
New IoT applications to bridge the cyber and physical world are driving a need for smaller and lower-cost devices. Arm Research proposes Fused, targeting energy-driven embedded systems.
September 10, 2020
Reducing the Cost of Neural Network Inference with Residue Number Systems
The size and computational complexity of neural network models continues to grow exponentially. However, the increase in computational requirements presents a major challenge to their adoption. Could Residue…
August 21, 2020
Full Program Now Available for the Virtual Arm Research Summit 2020
Explore the full program for the virtual Arm Research Summit 2020, and join delegates from across the globe September 9-11 to discuss the global technology challenges we face.
August 19, 2020
Why Study Consistency Models in Distributed Storage Systems?
Operational semantics are a precise, mathematical description of how a storage system should behave, and parametric in the choice of the consistency model.
August 17, 2020
Virtual Conferencing and Bending the Climate Curve: SEMICON West 2020
Rob Aitken joined a panel at SEMICON West, 'Bending the Climate Curve: Enabling Sustainable Growth of Big Data, AI, and Cloud Computing', addressing two specific climate challenges.
August 12, 2020
M0N0: An Arm Research platform for N-ZERO sensors
Changing the batteries: A routine task just about manageable if it is needed once a month on household devices. But what if your devices are deployed in their thousands in remote, inaccessible locations…
August 10, 2020