We are very pleased to announce a new online training topic – Arm Cortex processor behaviors.
This course builds on our series of topics that introduce the A, R, and M profiles of the Arm architecture and is targeted primarily at hardware engineers, although will also benefit software and implementation engineers too. The topic explains how A, R, and M profile processors conform to the rules of the Arm architecture but looks at how, in practice, they perform internal optimizations to improve efficiency and performance. Learning about the concepts and expressions of these optimizations helps you understand how the processor behaves under certain conditions.
Watch a short preview of the course below:
The topic begins by introducing the concept of Simple Sequential Execution and how the Arm architecture states that the rules of this model must be adhered to in processor design. The topic then looks at the various ways that Cortex processors work within these rules and develop key characteristics that optimize performance. These are:
Our online training provides a structure of byte-sized video and articles that you can delve into in your own time. You can check your knowledge and understanding with a test. Why not try taking it before you start viewing the content and again at the end to see how you improve?
Access to Cortex processor behaviors costs $99 for three months' access.
Cortex processor behaviors
You can also browse and search for our online training course on our developer training page. Or to contact us directly about training, email Online Training at Arm.
Is "Cortex processor behaviors" still available? It got announced yesterday to my email and when I click on it today it says "event ended"
Apologies, we had an issue with the Eventbrite page which is now resolved. Yes the course is still available and you can book online here:
Sorry but it still says Sales Ended. I'll keep checking that page
Thanks for letting us know Marek. I see you've been able to access the page and purchase the course now. Wishing you all the best with your Arm learning!