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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
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Do you want to build a robot?
René de Jong
Who wants to build a robot? Robots can be expensive, time consuming and challenging to get right. For those of us who want to focus on the software systems without having to build a robot, there are simulators…
May 14, 2018
Making Helium: Why not just add Neon? (1/4)
Today Arm announced the M‑profile vector extensions (MVE) for the Armv8‑M, which started in Arm’s research group several years ago when we were asked to increase the DSP performance of Arm Cortex‑M processors…
February 14, 2019
The ICs of 2030
This blog is a companion to my keynote at Arm TechCon on 10 October, 2019. I am publishing a blog form because I cover a LOT of ground in that 20 minute talk, and there are i...
October 10, 2019
Taking Constrained ML to the Next Level
One the primary research thrusts of our ML Research Lab is investigating ways to bring more machine learning applications to Arm's products, and to make existing applications more efficient.
August 6, 2019
Even Faster Convolutions: Winograd Convolutions meet Integer Quantization and Architecture Search
The design of deep learning (DL) neural network (NN) models targeting mobile devices has advanced rapidly over the last couple of years. Important computer vision tasks have led a community-wide transition…
April 29, 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
Arm Research Summit 2017 – Computing for the Connected World
11-13 September 2017 | Robinson College, Cambridge UK In September 2016 Arm Research held the first
Arm Research Summit
in Cambridge, attracting over 200 attendees. Following the success of the inaugural…
June 5, 2017
Three Dimensions in 3DIC - Part I
In the first post in a three-part series, Greg Yeric, Arm Research Fellow, shares his thoughts on three-dimensional integrated circuits and the potential impact of this technology across a variety of areas…
April 2, 2018
Catch up on the Arm Research Summit 2018
Between 17-19 September 2018, over 350 researchers, academics and industry experts gathered at Robinson College in Cambridge, UK to discuss the latest trends, opportunities and challenges in computing…
October 22, 2018
First Research Starter Kit released by Arm Research
Arm Research are pleased to announce the release of our first Research Starter Kit (RSK): System Modeling using gem5, available to download now for free.
August 4, 2017
Three Dimensions in 3DIC - Part II
In the second of a three-part series exploring three-dimensional integrated circuits, Arm Research Fellow Greg Yeric moves onto what the future could hold for this technology.
April 9, 2018
Arm ML Research Enables Augmented Reality Mobile Apps through Low-Power Machine Learning
A number of technological challenges are posed by Augmented Reality (AR) on mobile devices. This blog reviews these, and presents a paper from Arm Research ML Group that seeks to address these challenges…
May 11, 2018
Giving a flexible edge to the IoT
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to revolutionise our daily lives, the demand for smaller, smarter, and more diverse flexible technology has never been greater. A new collaborative project is…
November 13, 2018
A Deep Learning Survival Guide for Computer Architects
Over the last few years, there’s been a terrific amount of interest in artificial intelligence, and specifically the branch of machine learning known as 'deep learning'. This post provides a brief overview…
July 25, 2018
Three Dimensions in 3DIC - Part III
In the final part of his blog series, Greg builds on his discussion of 3D-SIC and 3D-SoC to talk about 3D at the transitor level, and how leveraging the third dimension could help advance the power, performance…
April 23, 2018
The Arm Scalable Vector Extension (SVE)
In this paper, Nigel Stephens and his colleagues from groups across Arm introduce the Arm Scalable Vector Extension (SVE). SVE is the culmination of a multi-year project run between Arm Research and Arm…
March 26, 2018
Continuous Cross-Architecture Integration with GitLab
Eric Van Hensbergen
Arm has had a long history of research into distributed systems. We have previously focused that research on applying Arm technology to HPC, but in recent years we’ve also been looking at various forms…
October 8, 2019
Arm Research Summit 2017: New program details – Meet Pepper and take away a Raspberry Pi 3!
earlier this month
, the Arm Research Summit is returning to Cambridge, following the success of 2016. Hosted at Robinson College between 11-13 September 2017, this technical conference will…
June 26, 2017
Mont-Blanc: Pioneering Arm-based HPC
Arm-based processors have traditionally dominated the mobile world of smartphones, tablets, and embedded IoT devices. However, in recent years, the increasing power demands of data centers, and in particular…
November 11, 2018
Smart Chips, Smart World: Future Chips Forum
Rob Aitken is an Arm Research Fellow. Here, he shares his thoughts and key takeaways from the Future Chips Forum, held last December in Beijing.
April 30, 2018
Making Helium: Sudoku, registers and rabbits (2/4)
Beatwise execution is at the heart of Helium technology. In the second part of a four-part series, we explore how new M-profile vector extensions efficiently handle different data formats.
February 21, 2019