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Ensuring security to realize smart lighting’s vast…
As IoT innovation has captured the public’s attention, a (smart) light has gone off inside the heads of building contractors, technology vendors and facilities managers around the world. Where lighting was once considered an energy hog, today’s sophisticated lighting systems based on sensors and light…
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Joining the dots on cellular IoT at the Mobile World Congress Americas 2018
Mobile World Congress returns after its Americas debut and is pulling out all the stops. It is hugely popular with companies exploring how cellular IoT can be used across diverse real-world applications
Arm Pelion IoT Platform delivers flexible, secure and efficient device-to-data solution for IoT
The real value of the Internet of Things lies in the unused and unnoticed data created by billions of IoT devices deployed in networks around the world.
The new eFlash interface standard from Arm to ease IoT deployment
Arm has developed a generic eFlash interface standard called the Generic Flash Bus interface (GFB). The new eFlash interface standard will ease IoT deployment.
Connectivity is critical to smart lighting. But you don’t need to lose sleep over it!
Connectivity enhances a building’s responsiveness to internal changes as well as its resilience to external challenges. Today, high-performing smart buildings respond to a myriad of internal stimuli.
Showcasing Arm-based IoT Solutions at Google Next '18
Join Arm at Google Next '18 conference to see the latest secure client platforms, along with low-power machine learning at the edge.
Arm invests in SWIM.AI to enable machine learning and data analysis at the edge
Arm recently invested in SWIM.AI’s Series B to accelerate developers in creating the apps that will define the edge computing era.
Improving firmware updates for Internet of Things devices – The IETF SUIT Hackathon
The Internet Engineering Task Force met in London from March 17th – 23rd for the first face-to-face meeting of the IETF Software Updates group for Internet of Things (SUIT). The SUIT working group is chartered…
Microchip release first Arm Cortex-M23 based chip bringing new levels of security for constrained IoT devices
Microchip unveiled two MCU families, the SAM L11 with TrustZone for Armv8-M, for applications requiring embedded security, and SAM L10 for low-power and touch capabilities.
Using Arm Musca and Sondrel Engineering Expertise to Develop Secure IoT Chip Designs
Arm and Sondrel aim to promote and deliver the best way forward for customers to get secure, high quality IoT designs to market. Learn more about our partnership in this blog post.
New online training course – An Introduction to Armv8-M
We are pleased to announce a new online training topic: An Introduction to Armv8-M. This is the latest addition to our introduction to Arm the Arm architecture series.
Next generation Cordio Bluetooth IP
At Bluetooth World Asia 2018 Arm is introducing its third generation of Bluetooth radio IP, Bluetooth Mesh software and joint product offerings through ecosystem partners.
Rise of Smart Accelerators to Service 1 Trillion Devices (part 1)
The increasing number of connected devices and the data generated from them is providing an opportunity for new applications and business models, which in turn is driving a new set of infrastructure solution…
New online training course - An introduction to CryptoCell
We are pleased to announce our new video-based online training module that provides an introduction to cryptography and security for Arm's CryptoCell family of security products
Arm Cortex-M35P: multi-layered security at the heart of your device
We announced a range of IP to protect silicon from physical attacks, extending our portfolio of Arm security IP to bring physical security within reach of any IoT product.
Ensuring security to realize smart lighting’s vast potential in IoT
As companies embrace the data-unlocking power of smart lighting systems they need to consider how to secure them against attack. Here are 3 simple steps to secure IoT-enabled devices.
Smart Chips, Smart World: Future Chips Forum
Rob Aitken is an Arm Research Fellow. Here, he shares his thoughts and key takeaways from the Future Chips Forum, held last December in Beijing.
10 things you need to know about creating custom silicon chips for IoT products
Thomas Van Der Staaij
In an era where IoT sparks innovation in every corner of the globe and is redefining entire industries in the process, companies are using custom chips to differentiate their new products against competitors…
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