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Introduction to the Chinese…
Song Bin 宋斌
24 Jul 2014
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Introduction to the Chinese Community, ARM's First 64-bit Development Platform, New DS-5 Development Studio Feature
Update on the Community
Do you know we have a Chinese Community here in the ARM Connected Community? Here it is
- a place for Chinese language members to network and gain knowledge for your ARM-based projects. My name is
Bin Song 宋斌
, the Chinese Community Manager and I work out of the ARM office in Shanghai, China.
Chinese members are welcome to post blogs or any other technical documents in the Chinese Community - and if you ask a question in Chinese, we have many Chinese language experts ready to help you. It's not just a place for Chinese Partners though - I'd also like to extend an invite to all of our ARM Partners and encourage your Chinese technical employees to become involved in the community.
I am your Chinese contact if you have any questions and I look forward to seeing you in the Chinese Community!
Every week, I pick a few items on the community I think you should see. You can also find featured content on the community homepage and on the overview page of each community.
If you're interested in a 32-bit/64-bit ARM open source tool, I'd advise you to read
GNU ARM Eclipse: open source tools with (experimental) CMSIS Pack support
Not sure about the difference between ARM Cortex-A, Cortex-R, Cortex-M? This discussion thread will help clarify
Document on difference between Cortex-A / -R / -M
shares a bit more info about
Juno : ARM's first 64-bit Development Platform
and one of the top contributors in the community, illustrates a new DS-5 feature in
Resolving MMU Translation Table issues with the DS-5 MMU View
, using his
platform, running SMP Linux on the dual-core Cortex-A9MP CPU within the
We have many great members in the Chinese Community. I would like to introduce
, a fantastic engineer and very active in the
. He has contributed some original blogs in Chinese Community.
, this blog is about the ARM wearable system architecture. I also want to say thank you to Wangyoung for being very helpful with the translation of a few English blogs so the Chinese Community can benefit from them,
. This is about Cortex-A53 and written by
. We hope more Chinese members can join us and contribute to the Chinese Community like him!
Forlinx Embedded Technology
, an embedded system solution provider, designs and manufactures ARM-based single board computers, CPU modules and peripherals - and they are good at commercial/industrial control solutions. There are interesting products and technological content on their partner page and they have been recently promoting an ARM Cortex-A8 based development board in China
OK335xD-II Is on Promotion!!
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