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Getting started with Arm Helium: The new vector extension…
Arm has announced the latest version of the Armv8-M architecture, known as Armv8.1-M, including the new M-Profile Vector Extension (MVE). The vector extension brings up to 15 times performance uplift to machine learning (ML) functions, and up to 5 times uplift to signal processing functions compared to existing Armv8-M implementations . It may be viewed as the Armv8-M architecture’s version of the Advanced SIMD Extension (Neon) in the A-Profile.…
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Software Ecosystem Momentum Accelerates for Arm Neoverse in Infrastructure
Arm announces the Arm Neoverse N1 Platform for revolutionary compute performance and the Arm Neoverse E1 Platform for leading edge throughput efficiency.
Arm Neoverse E1 Platform: Empowering the infrastructure to meet next generation throughput demands
The Arm Neoverse E1 Platform is a highly efficient platform designed for next-generation throughput compute workloads.
Arm Neoverse N1 Platform: Accelerating the transformation to a scalable cloud to edge infrastructure
The Arm Neoverse N1 platform is the first compute platform from Arm capable of servicing the wider range of data center workloads with performance levels competitive with the legacy architectures used…
Hardware Side-Channels: Can Performance and Security Coexist?
The year 2018 will be remembered in computing history for the discovery of the Spectre and Meltdown exploits. With understandable focus in this domain from both academia and industry, we ask whether security
Author Spotlight: Introducing Arm Education Media’s Newest Textbook on Digital Signal Processing
Arm Education Media announces its newest textbook, Digital Signal Processing using Arm Cortex-M based Microcontrollers: Theory and Practice. We catch up with the authors to take an in-depth look at the…
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.
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.
Getting started with Arm Helium: The new vector extension for the M-Profile Architecture
Arm announces Armv8.1-M, the latest version of the Armv8-M architecture, including the new M-Profile Vector Extension (MVE). Arm Helium is the MVE for the Arm Cortex-M processor series.
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…
Discovery through Diversity: Addressing tomorrow’s challenges, together
We’re excited to announce that this year’s Arm Research Summit will be taking place in Austin, Texas, from September 15-18 2019, and that the Call for Submissions is now open! Austin is known as the Live…
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.
New online training course - Arm GICv3/v4 Essentials
Arm announces a new online training topic, Arm GICv3/v4 Essential. The course brings the subject of Arm’s Generic Interrupt Controller (GIC) architecture specification to life.
Announcing Arm Leading Edge: pushing the limits of rich embedded computing on Arm
Rex St. John
Arm Leading Edge is a new initiative to show the work being done by Arm partners to push the limits of edge computing.
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.
Developing a Printed Solar Biobattery for use in Bioelectronics
There is an urgent need to develop a sustainable battery technology that is cheap, environmentally friendly, easy to fabricate and to dispose of, especially to tackle the world-wide increase in illegally…
Accelerating innovation: transforming voice-based products for the future
Voice is everywhere and being integrated into devices all around us. We sat down to talk with one of the leaders and visionaries in voice-based engineering, Ken Sutton, President and CEO of Yobe, Inc.…
7 key challenges impacting the mass deployment of autonomous vehicles
What technology innovation is needed to move from prototype autonomous vehicles to deployable safe, self-driving solutions? We discuss the 7 key challenges preventing us producing safe Level 4 and Level…