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Enhanced compilation and debugging with Arm Development Studio 2019.0
The first update to Arm Development Studio is now available. Arm Development Studio 2019.0 builds upon the 2018.0 release, offering further support for the latest Arm IP and technologies.
Arm Compiler 6.12: Bringing in security and improved performance
The new Arm Compiler 6.12 achieved the highest 4.02 CoreMarks/MHz on a Cortex-M33. New features include stack protection, global named register variables and Neoverse, Cortex-A65AE and Helium support.…
Report - The VR/AR Opportunity by Newzoo
Read the Arm-commissioned Newzoo report 'The New Reality for Mobile Gaming: The VR/AR Opportunity' to see what is next for AR and VR and the barriers to growth for AR and VR on mobile.
More Debugging While You Sleep with DDT
In this post I focus on running DDT from the command line. I present use cases on how the utility of offline debugging can be expanded by running from the command line and post-processing CSV output.
HPC for the Masses – Python
Arm is proud to be part of this HPC revolution! We have added Python profiling to our industry leading cross-platform HPC source code profiler Arm MAP.
Better Together: Integrating Arm Mobile Studio with Unity
This blog talks about how the new Arm Mobile Studio collection of tools can help with Android performance analysis, and how they work together with Unity to produce a more compelling performance analysis…
Accelerating Mali GPU analysis using Arm Mobile Studio
Learn to use the built-in templates in Arm Streamline Performance Analyzer to accelerate performance analysis of graphical Android applications using a Mali GPU.
Vulkan Best Practices for Mobile Developers
Vulkan is a powerful graphics API which allows for complete control of your application, enhancing the visual fidelity and performance. However, the API can be quite complex for developers as there are…
Compiler flags across architectures: -march, -mtune, and -mcpu
GNU compilers and LLVM-based compilers like the Arm Compiler for HPC have three compiler flags in common: -march, -mtune, and -mcpu. I look at what these flags mean for GNU compilers and LLVM-based compilers…
The Architecture of Mobile Gaming
Arm is the architecture of mobile gaming, now the largest gaming segment in the world. Arm is attending GDC 2019 to showcase some of the initiatives being undertaken by the ecosystem team that hep game…
What Android’s move to 64-bit means for game developers
Information for game developers about what to do and how to prepare for the move to 64-bit computing on Android
Porting PuTTY to Windows on Arm
An in-depth look on porting PuTTY to Windows on Arm. Traditionally, programs like this have only ever been run on x86 machines. Simon Tatham explains how he got his side project PuTTY running on a Windows…
Arm: From Sensors to Supercomputers in the Oil and Gas Sector
One marketing tag line often heard from Arm is “From Sensors to Supercomputers”, highlighting our company’s ubiquitous nature across so many of today’s technology sectors.
Bringing Armv8.2 Instructions to Android Runtime
Arm Architecture v8.2 features were detailed in 2016. Just two years later, in 2018, flagship Android phones with ARMv8.2 features (Google Pixel3, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S9, etc) started shipping…
Developing for multi-core and heterogeneous devices made easy
Development Studio is the ideal solution for developing with complex multi-core and heterogeneous Arm based devices
Enhanced debug and analysis: introducing DSTREAM-PT parallel trace debug probe
Slash bug finding time by gathering and storing parallel trace data from multiple sources with the new DSTREAM-PT debug probe.
CES 2019 round-up: Consumer AR moves closer
Blog from Ian Pilkington, an VR and AR expert at Arm, details the innovative products he saw at CES 2019, and outlines why mass-consumer uptake of AR is just a few years away from being a reality.
Choosing the right platform for embedded software development
In this blog I’ll discuss the various platform options for embedded software development and go through when it is appropriate to choose one type over the others.
Software building blocks for faster functional safety certification
Arm offers Functional Safety Run-Time System, a set of qualified components for Cortex-M microcontrollers that lets developers use the highest safety integrity levels for end applications.
CMSIS: A success story
CMSIS has an immense role in standardizing and simplifying software development across a wide range of applications from DSP to functional safety.
Accelerating open source LLVM development
Arm today announces that it is supporting the open source LLVM community through the provision of a build bot and build cache that targets the Arm architecture.