For nearly a decade now, Arm DesignStart has enabled academics to access Arm IP for teaching and research purposes. Many academics around the world have taught SoC design to thousands of students, basing their course on the Arm Education Kit based on the Arm Cortex-M0 that can be quickly downloaded from the DesignStart webpage. It enables students to learn on industry-leading IP technology that is used in an incredible array of real-world commercial designs.
DesignStart enables educators to make the giant leap from incomplete, simple educational examples to real-world, industry-leading IP technology as the foundation of our future education.
Dr Matthew Swabey, Director of the Bechtel Innovation Design Center at Purdue University
The announcement of an enhanced DesignStart offering last June added Cortex-M3 to the previous offering, and made it possible to get instant access to Arm IP, for the broadest range of embedded devices.
With the recent updates to the DesignStart announced at the Arm Research Summit, Arm is making it even simpler for academics to access Arm IP and foster an open, collaborative teaching and research environment using the most proven IP and benefiting from the #1 ecosystem. We want to help more researchers like Professor Andrew Kahng of the University of California San Diego (UCSD).
Using the Cortex-M0 DesignStart in our studies has led to industry interest in our research results.
Professor Andrew Kahng of the University of California San Diego (UCSD)
DesignStart for Academia offers easy access to the Cortex-M0 and Cortex-M3:
Get started on your teaching, research, or commercial project with easy-to-access, industry-leading Arm IP – register today on the;