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How many people develop on a laptop with Linux?
I've been a huge fan of Linux for many years. I have been fortunate to have it as my primary development platform as it has morphed from a workstation to a laptop. Today, you can buy a Lenovo Yoga C630 laptop/tablet with Windows 10 and 8GB of RAM. I can live with 8GB of RAM so I was very excited to learn that there is active work to make this platform run Linux natively. That's great news for me, but if I were Lenovo and thinking about possible…
Why Google’s TF Lite Micro Makes ML on Arm Even Ea…
Yesterday, at Google I/O, Google announced that they are partnering with Arm to develop TensorFlow Lite Micro and that uTensor – an inference library based on Arm Mbed and TensorFlow – is becoming part of this new project. (See the Mbed blog for more details.) ML developers will likely know that TensorFlow Lite is an open-source deep learning framework for on-device ML inference with low latency. Its new sibling, TensorFlow Lite Micro – or TF Lite…
Technical Webinar: ML on Arm Cortex-A FAQ
If you missed the recent technical webinar, Machine Learning on Arm Cortex-A – it's now available on demand. This showed how developers can move neural network (NN) workloads around an SoC quickly and easily using Arm NN, facilitating software portability and reducing the need for processor-specific optimization. You can view the recording at any time – and don’t forget to check out the running and profiling Arm NN on the HiKey 960 How-To Guide…
Introducing the Arm Mali-D77 Display Processor: Game…
A few months ago, we treated you to a special preview demo of Arm’s latest display processor, which offers significant improvements for VR Head-Mounted Displays (HMDs). Today at SID Display Week , we are excited to officially launch the Arm Mali -D77 DPU . It is a display processor that significantly improves the VR user experience with dedicated hardware functions for VR HMDs, namely: Lens Distortion Correction (LDC), Chromatic Aberration Correction…
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Building A Stronger Arm Infrastructure Developer Community
Arm is building a productive and strong Arm infrastructure developer community. Learn how the community will help developers in this blog.
Anchoring TrustZone with SRAM PUF
Marten van Hulst
Let's take a look at how SRAM PUF, enabled through software, is a powerful addition to the security features offered by Arm TrustZone.
New Technologies for the Arm A-Profile Architecture
Arm has released early technical details of two new technologies for its A-Profile architecture. These are Scalable Vector Extension v2 and Transactional Memory Extension.
Enhanced compilation and debugging with Arm Development Studio 2019.0
The first update to Arm Development Studio is now available. Arm Development Studio 2019.0 builds upon the 2018.0 release, offering further support for the latest Arm IP and technologies.
Arm Compiler 6.12: Bringing in security and improved performance
The new Arm Compiler 6.12 achieved the highest 4.02 CoreMarks/MHz on a Cortex-M33. New features include stack protection, global named register variables and Neoverse, Cortex-A65AE and Helium support.…
10 years of mobile evolution: a look at the Samsung Galaxy S series
Arm looks at 10 years of mobile evolution through the Samsung Galaxy S series and how Arm has supported this ongoing innovation on mobile.
Highlights from Hannover Messe 2019
Arm showcased its IoT technology for the visitors of Hannover Messe 2019, the world’s largest industrial trade show.
Living on the Edge: Why On-Device ML is Here to Stay
Discover why on-device machine learning is here to stay – and what it's already doing for you.
Arm at the Edge: Telco and IoT Blueprints debut at ONS 2019
Last week at Open Networking Summit in San Jose, there was a lot of buzz about the Akraino Edge Stack Project. Arm discusses the blueprints that were shown.
Report - The VR/AR Opportunity by Newzoo
Read the Arm-commissioned Newzoo report 'The New Reality for Mobile Gaming: The VR/AR Opportunity' to see what is next for AR and VR and the barriers to growth for AR and VR on mobile.
The Case for Labeled Computer Architecture
Yungang Bao from the Chinese Academy of Sciences joined us at last year's Arm Research Summit to make his case for labeled computer architecture.
eVolution: Humanising the Future of Mobility
How do you sell in the idea of a self-driving car? Dean Johnson introduces us to Autonomous Adam, and explains why we must humanise the future of mobility.
More Debugging While You Sleep with DDT
In this post I focus on running DDT from the command line. I present use cases on how the utility of offline debugging can be expanded by running from the command line and post-processing CSV output.
AMBA Adaptive Traffic Profiles
Matteo Maria Andreozzi
AMBA ATP is a framework designed to generate synthetic stimuli in a simple way. It is for hardware and software engineers needing to design or debug systems and modules that are compatible with AMBA specifications…
Case study: Evolving intelligent devices for immersive experiences
Discover how Inuitive developed a highly capable computer vision processor with the smallest possible footprint for use in AR,VR, drones and robotics applications with the Arm Cortex-A5 processor.
Efficient Hardware for Mobile Computer Vision via Transfer Learning
Mobile computing is on the rise, and currently moving into some really exciting new applications and form factors – augmented reality (AR) glasses, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), automated driver assistance…
HPC for the Masses – Python
Arm is proud to be part of this HPC revolution! We have added Python profiling to our industry leading cross-platform HPC source code profiler Arm MAP.
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.