• 21 Jun 2017

    NFV Made Efficient

    OPNFV Summit Showcases Innovation in Efficiency The OPNFV Summit in Beijing earlier this month brought together developers, end users, and other communities all working to advance open source Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). ARM took th...
    • 7 Jun 2017

    Learn about multicore ARM software development at DAC

    Are you in the Austin for DAC 2017, June 18-22? Be sure to look up a tutorial I am presenting on multicore arm software development in collaboration with our training partner Doulos.
    • 29 May 2017

    Accelerating AI experiences from edge to cloud

    First processors based on ARM DynamIQ technology take a big step towards boosting AI performance by more than 50x over the next 3-5 years; ARM Cortex-A75 delivers massive single-thread compute uplift for premium performance points; ARM Cortex-A55 is the world’s most versatile high-efficiency processor; ARM Mali-G72 graphics processor expands the possibilities for VR, gaming and machine learning on premium mobile devices...
    • 29 May 2017

    ARM Cortex-A75: ground-breaking performance for intelligent solutions

    ARM Cortex-A75 brings ground-breaking performance, enabling more intelligence to the edge for private and secure immersive experiences. Cortex-A75 brings greater than 50% performance boost compared to current devices.
    • 29 May 2017

    ARM Cortex-A55: Efficient performance from edge to cloud

    The ARM Cortex-A55: High-efficiency redefined for scalable solutions from IoT edge gateway to autonomous solutions. Cortex-A55 delivers 2.5x higher power efficiency with higher sustained performance compared to devices in market today.
    • 21 May 2017

    MOnSter 6502

    Just a bit of fun from yestertime. From the Mad Max world of the Maker Faire Bay Area comes The MOnSter 6502 I don't think it'll plug into a BBC micro and it would be a bit slow but just look at the blinking lights ;-) An ARM1 done this way would probably be a meter wide. More at the MOnSter 6502 project website
    • 15 May 2017

    Introducing a one-stop resource for ARM cloud and networking infrastructure developers

    In our dynamic economy, market agility is more important than ever. If you’re developing infrastructure solutions, your window of opportunity is short, and you need to make the most of it. The ARM ecosystem wants to make it easier for its partners, and developers who desire to leverage the innovation of ARM-based solutions, to work together to gain a competitive edge. So, we’re introducing the ARM Infrastructure Developer...
    • 12 May 2017

    “Going ARM”: ISC (International Supercomputing Conference) High Performance - 2017 Workshop

    Join us at ISC 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany as ARM hosts its “Going ARM” Workshop on Thursday, June 22 from 09:00-13:00. This workshop is all about sharing experiences and knowledge. Attendees will gain from the first-hand knowledge of experienced scientific application programmers building codes for the ARM platform, including topics such as: optimizing for 64-bit ARM, memory systems, scalability and vectorization. The...
    • 4 May 2017

    Red Hat Summit panel: ARM servers are a reality, driving innovation & choice

    The data center is being re-architected to automate and accelerate the delivery of services while accommodating the massive influx of data, to achieve this IT modernization hardware underpinnings are being abstracted away from programmers who are reaping immense productivity gains because of it.
    • 2 May 2017

    WHITEPAPER: Reimagining voice in the driving seat

    The modern automotive cockpit is sophisticated and loaded with smart technologies; however, it has little value if the driver finds it difficult to use. Existing smart in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) interfaces have greatly improved the cockpit experience, but voice to date has not delivered on its potential to bridge the gap between hands-free, in-vehicle control and safer driving. Motivation from users for in-vehicle...
    • 2 May 2017

    What's next for voice in the car? A Q&A with ARM & Recognition Technologies

    Soshun Arai, ARM and Mark Sykes, Recognition Technologies discuss the next generation of embedded voice for the automotive cockpit. Recognition Technologies is a partner of ARM and their RecoMadeEasy® software provides embedded natural language speech, speaker, and facial recognition for ARM’s Cortex-A application processors. What is the current state of voice in the car? Mark Sykes, Recognition Technologies Existing...
    • 20 Apr 2017

    ARM Compliance Test Suite [BETA] for Server Base System Architecture and Boot Requirements now available

    In 2014, ARM and its partners came together and created the key to the success of ARM servers: the Server Base System Architecture (SBSA) and Server Base Boot Requirements (SBBR). These specifications require a minimum set of hardware and firmware implementations that ensure OSes and platforms interoperate. The latest versions are SBSA v3.1 and SBBR v1.0, they are available at developer.arm.com.
    • 10 Apr 2017

    The future of automotive is coming faster than you think

    As excitedly as we talk about it, you’d think the promise of fully autonomous vehicles is right around the bend, just another few miles and we’ll pull into our destination. In truth, we’re not there yet, and a few sceptics even suggest we’ll never get there — too many bumps in the road ahead.
    • 6 Apr 2017

    Where does big.LITTLE fit in the world of DynamIQ?

    The recent announcement of ARM DynamIQ technology has generated a lot of curiosity, with both the tech industry and the tech-savvy consumers, regarding the impact on the future of big.LITTLE technology. The short answer is that big.LITTLE technology is included as a part of DynamIQ. Let’s take a step back and see how this all ties in with the bigger picture.
    • 6 Apr 2017

    ARM Architecture – ARMv8.2-A evolution and delivery

    One thing is certain in this world – everything is changing, whether evolution or revolution and ARM Architecture is no exception. In this case the ARM v8 has evolved initially to v8.1-A and now to v8.2-A, both of which are now available in the ARM Architecture Reference Manual, known as ARM ARM.
    • 24 Mar 2017

    Meet ARM at ESC Boston

    If you're around the Boston area May 3-4, check out ESC Boston. From ARM, Bob Boys and Chris Shore will be speaking on subjects from processors roadmaps, through secure software development, to developing 64-bit systems. As well meeting up with Chris and Bob, you'll be able to attend talks from the likes of Colin Walls (Mentor), Jacob Beningo, Michael Barr (Barr Group), Michael Anderson (PTR) and the inimitable Max "The...
    • 21 Mar 2017

    ARM DynamIQ: Expanding the possibilities for artificial intelligence

    In the past four years alone, we have witnessed an amazing expansion of compute. Go inside the numbers of the recent 100 billion ARM-based chips milestone and you will see that 50 billion were shipped by our partners from 2013 to 2017, which demonstrates the industry’s insatiable demand for more compute.
    • 21 Mar 2017

    ARM DynamIQ: Technology for the next era of compute

    We are in the age of connected intelligence, and it is completely transforming how we live. I see technology making decisions for us regularly and anticipating our next move. Most of the time my devices know what I want even before I know what I want...
    • 18 Mar 2017

    Embedded World Conference 2017 - Software Development in ARMv8-M Architecture

    This is a paper covering a introduction of software development on ARMv8-M architecture. Abstract The next generation of ARM® Cortex®-M processors, Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33, based on the ARMv8-M architecture, introduce optimized TrustZone® security features into microcontrollers. These new features make it easier to create ultra-low power secure solutions, whether for IoT or the wider embedded market. This paper outlines...
    • 16 Mar 2017

    New ARM Physical IP customized for advanced automotive systems

    Today’s vehicles currently consume around 10 percent of the world’s semiconductors and over the next 10 years we expect compute performance in vehicles will increase by 100x, driven by the trend toward more autonomous, smarter and connected cars.
    • 13 Mar 2017

    Lots of ARM-related content at SNUG Silicon Valley 2017

    I'm getting excited for the annual Synopsys User's Group Meeting - SNUG Silicon Valley , which promises to be an excellent and well attended event as usual. It's a great place to learn the latest about Synopsys tools, IP and methodology from your peers, Synopsys experts and our strategic partners like ARM, a platinum WW SNUG sponsor--thank you, ARM! In addition to being able to visit with Synopsys and ARM folks...
    • 13 Mar 2017

    Automotive electronics design is about to take a giant leap forward

    The trickle-down effect from increased government regulations and from car consumers’ embrace of electronics is far-reaching. These consequences challenge engineering teams more and more. Think about the shift from 8- and 16-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) to 32-bit devices. The shift is driven by increasing vehicle electronics-system performance requirements, and who doesn’t like better performance? But as these teams...
    • 27 Feb 2017

    Inside the numbers: 100 billion ARM-based chips

    ARM CEO Simon Segars recently posted his thoughts on the cumulative deployment of 100 billion ARM-based chips. The infographic below goes inside the numbers on this latest milestone by the ARM ecosystem
    • 21 Feb 2017

    Designing a SoC with an ARM Cortex-M Processor

    Have you ever wondered what it takes to create a small SoC based on a ARM Cortex-M Processor? In this article, we explain typically what IP (Intellectual Property) components are required and what other things you might need to put the whole system ...
    • 20 Feb 2017

    Cortex-M resources

    Over the years ARM have published many documents, papers, blogs about Cortex-M processors. Many of them are really useful, but finding them could be harder than catching Pokémon! :-)