The appeal of intelligence in everyday products is driving the demand for smart sensors and smart analog SoCs (system-on-chips). This demand is fuelling the expansion of custom chips (custom SoCs) that bring a host of benefits, such as reduced components costs, additional functionality, and product differentiation.
It has never been easier or more cost effective to begin your custom chip journey with the enhanced Arm DesignStart - the fastest, easiest route to evaluate and commercialize custom chips - now with the Arm Cortex-M3 and its verified subsystem, expanded support and $0 upfront license fee to design and commercialize without risk.
Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3 and subsystems available at designstart.arm.com
Last week we ran two webinars (see Q&A below!) on how Arm DesignStart can help you get to a custom SoC faster and easier, so you can “Enhance your product with industry-leading processors – for no upfront license fee.” Big thanks to Graham Cunningham, Principal Applications Engineer at Arm, and @Phil Burr, Senior product manager at Arm, for presenting the content and fielding the Q&A.
Graham and Phil covered the new features of Arm DesignStart (additional processor IP, new CoreLink SDK-100 system design kit, system IP and design support). They did a deep-dive on the newly-added Cortex-M3 processor and the capabilities of the CoreLink SSE-050 subsystem.
If you’re looking to differentiate your product, reduce component costs, or increase your functionality with a custom SoC – don’t miss out on this webinar!
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