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  • Software code coverage with Arm Cortex-M3 DesignStart

    Arm DesignStart provides access to popular Arm IP to start a custom SoC Design or to explore and learn about custom SoC development. The Cortex-M0 and Cortex-M3 are currently available for instant access. There are numerous technical resources to learn…

  • A little Indian spice adds a new flavor sensation to the Arm Approved Design Partner program

    Black Pepper is one of those go-to spices that can bring out exciting new flavors in any recipe. So, imagine how I felt when I heard Black Pepper Technologies was joining Arm as the tenth Arm Approved Design Partner.

    First my mind leapt to cooking references…

  • New Research Enablement Kit: SoC Design and Prototyping

    Arm Research Enablement are pleased to announce the release of our second Research Enablement Kit: SoC Design and Prototyping.

    Arm Cortex-M CPUs are designed to meet the needs of tomorrow’s smart and connected embedded applications and are part of the…

  • 10 things you need to know about creating custom silicon chips for IoT products

    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. By adopting a custom solution, companies are…

  • The Arm Internet of Things (IoT) Continuum

    It was October when I sat at the Arm TechCon 2017 event and watched the always-thought-provoking keynote from Mike Muller, Arm’s CTO. Mike was talking about a heart attack prevention device that monitors the thickness of your ankles. Ankle swelling can…

  • Arm and BaySand make custom SoC/ASIC design easier

    With so much news from our industry every day, a recent announcement from one of our new partners may have passed you by - but it’s an important one that I’d like to share a bit more about.

    BaySand are a rapidly growing company with teams…

  • Whitepaper: Lowering the barriers to entry for ASICs

    The future of IoT and its rate of scalability depends upon increased functionality in the smallest form factors. Arm knows that OEMs are increasingly turning to custom SoCs/ASICs for a wealth of benefits: differentiation, cost savings, improved reliability…

  • Training and resources: custom SoCs and Arm DesignStart

    Explore our resources below for faster, simpler, lower-risk custom SoC design with Arm DesignStart

    To help get you started on the fastest, simplest route to a custom SoC, we have collated a set of training and resources. Learn more below and get started…

  • Are the CoreSight Debug components made available through DesignStart also?

  • Does the Cortex-M0 include any security options?

  • Will there be tutorials, videos that explain more details on the design process? Is there a possibility of simulation/test for effectiveness?

  • What are the approximate numbers for gates required for a Cortex-M0 and Cortex-M3 CPU?

  • We are looking to build a new FPU.  Can we get hooks to build this FPU into the SoC?

  • For IoT implementation, which is better: the Cortex-M0 or Cortex-M3 - and why?

  • What ASIL level can be achieved with the Cortex-M3 processor?