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The Rise of Depth on Mobile
Introduction Images, along with video and image sensors have been in the center of mobile Hardware and Software development and users’ interest since the first phone with a built-in camera was released in 2000. Today, mobile images play a key role in our lives and we use them extensively everyday. This has been possible due to the progressive improvements of mobile cameras. Mobile devices we carry in our pocket are capable of easily taking high…
Roberto Lopez Mendez
An update on GNU performance
Welcome back! A lot has happened since the last GNU Toolchain performance update. The GCC and glibc communities have been hard at work since, improving the compiler and the library with new usability, language, debugging, security and a myriad of other features. The GNU toolchain team here at Arm is deeply involved in both projects, making sure that all these vital components take full advantage of the awesome features in the Arm Architecture…
Five benefits of hiring a Design Services company
Arm created the Arm Approved Design Partner Program (AADP) in 2016 to enable partners to turn their product concepts into working silicon more quickly. While the program was conceived to assist new customers, e.g. start-ups and OEMs, with their DesignStart designs, the need to get products to market earlier equally applies to Arm’s traditional silicon partners. The AADP program is a global network of design service companies endorsed by Arm which…
Meet Development Studio: Arm’s new flagship tool suite…
Today I’m very pleased to announce our latest toolchain, Arm Development Studio , to the wide software development community. F eaturing both Arm and Keil industry-leading tools, the new embedded development tool suite has been designed to increase pro duct as well as engineering efficiency . When adopted alongside hardware-software co-design methodology, Development Studio can help companies take products to market as much as 6-12 months earlier…
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Identifying Bottlenecks in Large-Scale HPC Applications using MAP
The story so far: I’ve been placed in front of an HPC code base for which I have not been the primary developer (in fact I am new to the domain as well as the code). The task at hand is to find the main…
Enabling hardware accelerator and SoC design space exploration
Fixed functional hardware accelerators have been researched for many years, and it is well understood that they improve the performance and energy efficiency of a system. Integrating hardware accelerators…
Arm-ECS Research Centre co-director recognized for ground-breaking contributions to electronics
Dr David Flynn has been honoured for the exceptional impact of his career with a prestigious medal from the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The James Clerk Maxwell Medal recognizes…
Consumer trends on AR and VR – how Arm Mali-G76 can improve the “otherworldly” experience
This blog outlines the key consumer views, opinions and attitudes towards AR and VR following a survey by tech analyst firm TECHnalysis and how Arm Mali-G76 can support the growth of the AR and VR markets…
What are CMSIS software components?
Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard (CMSIS) is a vendor-independent hardware abstraction layer for Arm Cortex-M and Cortex-A processors and defines generic tool interfaces.
Keeping up with the Cadence: Accelerating Implementation with POP IP
Arm POP IP adds value in four key ways, helping you keep up with the cadence and bring the latest Arm processor cores to market.
HPC milestones: Arm at SC18
Arm’s journey into the HPC market reached several significant milestones this week at SC18. This blog highlights some of the key news and sightings from SC18 in Dallas, TX.
How MbientLab is revolutionizing the healthcare industry using sensor technology
Arm Innovator, Laura Kassovic, Co-Founder of MbientLab has developed a new product, MIO, which aims to make physical therapy more affordable and accessible for all Americans. We ask Laura about the development…
Using Arm Development Studio with Fast Models for early software development
This article outlines the process of using Arm Development Studio with custom Fast Model systems and provides tips to help connect Development Studio to Fast Model systems and start running and debugging…
The move to 64-bit computing on Android
The blog discusses the move to 64-bit on Android for new apps and app updates, and what developers need to consider before the transition deadline of August 2019.
Meet Development Studio: Arm’s new flagship tool suite bringing together Arm and Keil development tools
Today I’m pleased to announce our latest toolchain, Arm Development Studio, to the wide software development community.
Migrating DS-5 projects to Arm Development Studio
Arm has launched the Arm Development Studio, the latest suite of tools for embedded C/C++ software development on any Arm-based platform. We encourage all DS-5 users to migrate to Development Studio, which…
Migrating Keil MDK projects to Arm Development Studio
Arm has launched the Arm Development Studio, the latest suite of tools for embedded C/C++ software development on any Arm-based platform. In this blog I discuss the steps to import and rebuild your MDK…
Getting started with Arm Development Studio
Arm has launched the Arm Development Studio, the latest suite of tools for embedded C/C++ software development on any Arm-based platform. In this blog I introduce some first steps to help you get started…
Optimizing the performance of HPC codes on Arm systems
My last blog on Running HPC Applications on Arm talked about the work that has been going on about getting a range of HPC applications running on Arm systems. This blog looks at optimizations you can make…
Latest Arm Cortex-M processor now available on the Cloud
The first ‘DesignStart FPGA on Cloud’ product, an Arm Cortex-M33 subsystem, is now available on AWS Marketplace, making software development for Cortex-M33 easier, faster and more accessible.
The Arm Research Workshop on Novel Algorithms
Arm Research is responsible for delivering a clear vision of disruptive and emerging technologies, and how they may affect our future. This disruptive technology landscape is used to develop our research…
White Paper: Hardware Features for Maintaining Security During Operation
Download the Curtiss-Wright Hardware Features for Maintaining Security During Operation white paper to learn more about Arm TrustZone, NXP QorIQ Trust Architecture and Intel SGX and OS Guard.
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