It's hard to believe that ARM TechCon finished just two weeks ago, it was a busy week for the ARM team! I wanted to take a few minutes to share some of my highlights with you.
At ARM TechCon this October, it was great to see Mike Muller announce ARM’s product solution.
The new IoT suite includes ARM® Cortex®-M processors (Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33), a new IoT subsystem SSE-200 with ARM CoreLink™ SIE-200 system IP, ARM TrustZone® CryptoCell-312, ARM Cordio® radio IP, ARM mbed™ Cloud and ARM Artisan® IoT POP™ IP.
These new products enable partners to quickly deliver a secure, connected IoT device and will ultimately be a key driver, in enabling a 1 trillion device ecosystem and beyond.
Earlier that week, Masayoshi Son claimed in his keynote address, that IoT is now representing the next ‘Cambrian explosion’ scale shift in technology. We’ve seen the center of the internet shift rapidly from PC to mobile over the last few years, and will most likely witness the crossover from mobile to IoT within the next few.
Later that same week I also had an opportunity to reflect on this exciting announcement with Sanjay Gangal, president of EDACafe.com
To strengthen the announcement, even had a demonstrator of the technology available on the ARM booth that we are happy to say created much interest, shown here with Simon, a much more photogenic member of our team than me.
Our CoreLink SSE-200 demo (shown in the video here) showed off the capabilities of secure and non-secure memory accesses, further accelerated by TrustZone CryptoCell-312.
Our ARM Socrates™ Design Environment IP Tooling demo, showed how you can extend the CoreLink SSE-200 subsystem to create an IoT-based SoC.