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Introducing Iris, the new generation of debug and trace…
The Iris Debug and Trace interface represents a major step forward in functionality for virtual prototypes incorporating Arm Fast Model. Iris complements and will, in time, replace the existing debug (CADI – Component Architecture Debug Interface) and trace (MTI – Model Trace Interface) APIs so it’s worth explaining why we have decided to introduce a new interface rather than enhancing the existing interfaces. I will also outline the future plans…
Arm Compiler 6.11 – What’s New?
Another milestone was achieved for the Arm Compiler with version 6.11 released at the end of October 2018. The key highlights of Arm Compiler 6.11 are: Achieves best-in-class CoreMark score of 3.96 CoreMarks/MHz on a Cortex-M33. Support for the very latest Arm Architecture Extensions. Performance improvements to key embedded workloads. Fill support for C++14 source language modes. Early Arm architecture support Arm Compiler continues…
The Arm tech driving automotive innovation at CES …
The car was very much the star at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year, with car makers filling the halls of Las Vegas Convention Center with cutting-edge automotive technology. 2019 is shaping up to be the year of the tangible. Complementing the proof-of-concept autonomous driving demos was a focus towards in-car tech that’ll be improving the user experience for drivers by the end of the year, whether that’s in-vehicle infotainment…
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Arm Development Studio or MDK? Which should you choose?
Arm Development Studio or Keil MDK? This article is intended to help you with this decision, as there are a number of parameters to consider.
Tech Symposia VR demo previews Arm’s next DPU
VR demo at Tech Symposia provided partners with a sneak preview of Arm's next DPU, which is set to be launched in 2019. Learn more about the demo and the key functions it demonstrated.
The Arm University Program – Reflecting on a successful year and the road ahead
For the Arm University Program, 2018 was yet another year of milestones. Sadanand Gulwadi recap the highlights in this blog and looks ahead to 2019.
The path to 1.5 billion 5G-ready smartphone devices
Every ten years mobile connectivity has a generational evolution. We’ve had 1G (voice calls), 2G (SMS messaging), 3G (web browsing) and 4G (LTE/ rich internet services). We’re now reaching the 5G evolution…
Introducing Iris, the new generation of debug and trace interface in Arm Models
The Iris Debug and Trace interface represents a major step forward in functionality for virtual prototypes incorporating Arm Fast Model.
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…
Arm Compiler 6.11 – What’s New?
Another milestone achieved for the Arm Compiler 6.11.
Driving transformation: The past, present and future of the car cockpit
As microcontroller technology has improved, so has our ability to build in the sort of advanced cockpit features previously only imagined in aircraft or racing cars.
Scheduled maintenance - community downtime Monday 14 January 2019
The Arm Community will be unavailable while we perform maintenance and upgrades on Monday 14 January 2019 from 1400 GMT for around 2 hours.
The Arm tech driving automotive innovation at CES 2019
The car was the star at Consumer Electronics Show this year, with car makers filling the halls with cutting-edge automotive technology. We scoured the show floor to bring you the latest and greatest automotive…
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…
How addressing gender inequality in education is key to closing the STEM skills gap
Anna Malan from Team Arm on how Arm is addressing the gender gap through working with schools and enabling its people in community outreach.
National Centre for Computing Education: how Arm is ready to respond to a new national drive to improve computing in schools
The National Centre for Computing Education will transform the provision of computing education in schools. Find out how Arm's work in education will support its aims and close the skills gap.
Slash Unit Testing Time in Embedded Software Regression Testing
Accurate and efficient tests are essential when developing software for embedded systems, particularly in continuous integration and functional safety flows. Quick pass/fail results from a comprehensive…
Designing a custom SoC: 9 next steps after downloading your Arm IP
Step-by-step guide to designing a system-on-chip (SoC), from initial IP download, to design, software creation and commercialization.
Arm Technical Training: blending the classroom
Arm Training has introduced a more blended approach to its standard classroom training. Before a face-to-face training course, attendees are granted access to a private community on the Arm online training…
5 benefits to replacing analog components with DSP software
Explore how product manufacturers can decrease costs, area and design time, while increasing flexibility and adaptability by replacing analog components with DSP software.
10 things you should know about LwM2M
LightweightM2M is a device management protocol designed for sensor networks and the demands of a machine-to-machine (M2M) environment. The OMA SpecWorks LwM2M v1.1 specification was released earlier this…
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