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Arduino's Partner in IoT Connectivity
Arduino launches the new Arduino SIM, a cellular connectivity service that provides IoT device developers with simplified cellular connectivity.
Unlocking new smart metering opportunities with eSIM
This blog explores the opportunities for cellular technology to enable connectivity for smart meters, along with some of the hurdles to overcome and the offering from Arm Kigen SIM solutions.
Accelerating innovation: Enabling IIoT at the device edge with Machbase and Arm
Learn how Machbase’s Arm-based technology is transforming the future of IIoT with advanced edge compute in an interview with Machbase CEO Andrew Kim.
The Role of Physical Security in IoT
Physical security, also known as silicon or hardware security, involves securing the silicon element of a system. This blog explores the different physical attacks and Arm IP on offer as a counter-measure…
MWC19: The Important Connection Between eSIM and 5G
5G was a major theme at MWC 2019, we look at how eSIM supports the growth of 5G along with the momentum of Arm Kigen eSIM and iSIM technology.
The highlights for Pelion IoT Platform at MWC 2019
Pelion activities at Mobile World Congress 2019 summarised in one blog.
Mobile World Congress 2019: Secret Accounts, Robot Teachers and Retiring at 73
MWC has chosen the theme of Intelligent Connectivity this year. At face value, it is an obvious choice given the explosion of what I call the Fifth Wave of Computing i.e. the combined impact of IoT, AI…
Kigen one year on
Arm Kigen was released one year ago. We look at the progress so far around iSIM innovation, security certification and a growing ecosystem for Kigen solutions, along with a preview of Arm at MWC19.
Securing the Smart Lighting Industry
Smart Lighting can provide a safe and comfortable environment that provides real time insights for inhabitants, but only if it’s secured. Find out how you can make security the foundation of your lighting…
Five Steps to Successful Threat Modelling
To build security into devices analysis of risk and vulnerabilities need to be considered. This is done through Threat Modelling, the first stage of Arm Platform Security Architecture. Learn how to carry…
Magic or reality? Supply chain visibility across channels
Retail is a fast-moving, competitive landscape and retailers strive for a seamless customer supply chain experience. Magic can’t be counted on to close the gap between channels, but technology can!
The IoT data opportunity for logistics companies is here
Logistics companies have vast opportunities to implement IoT solutions to leverage data that will transform their business, according to a new report.
European Utilities Week: Three Themes of Trepidation
At this year’s European Utilities Week the digitalisation hub hosted numerous speakers and in sitting there for two hours three themes became clear: regulations, committing to IoT strategy and ROI.
Arm showcases eSIM technology at European Utility Week
Arm is showcasing its eSIM technology this week at European Utility Week, a 3 day event bringing together the top professionals in energy from across Europe.
Physically Unclonable Functions as a Solid Foundation of Platform Security Architecture
Marten van Hulst
In this blog we'll show how SRAM PUF technology is a good fit to some of the most fundamental Platform Security Architecture (PSA) objectives. In particular it enables a strong and flexible protection…
Arm Security Manifesto #2: Clear progress toward a more secure IoT future
One year ago, we published the first Arm Security Manifesto. It was our attempt to outline the most severe security challenges our sector faced, and to suggest how, by collaborating, we could succeed in…
Celebrating twelve months of PSA
Celebrating the first birthday of the Arm Platform Security Architecture (PSA), this blog reflects on the progress so far and the latest PSA news and updates.
How PSA APIs will enable secure devices and a consistent developer experience
The Arm Platform Security Architecture (PSA) is being developed to make it easier and quicker to build trustworthy systems. The PSA testing kits enable secure devices and consistent developer experience…
Mbed announces Commercial Support Plans to help with developing and deploying IoT devices
Mohit Sunil Kedia
We are launching Mbed Commercial Support to provides our highest level of support, efficiently resolving technical challenges that your project may encounter for devices based on Mbed OS.
Arm Musca-B1 test chip leads the way to develop secure IoT chip designs faster
We introduce our new board for the development of PSA-compliant IoT subsystems for Cortex-M, Musca-B1. Along with the elements of Musca-A, Musca-B1 has added Arm CryptoIsland and eFlash features.
Why you need a tailored secure foundation at the heart of your next IoT product
Arm secure foundations and Corstone foundation IP make it easier, cheaper and faster for designers to build secure SoCs. Find out more in this blog.