Rene Haas succeeds Simon Segars as Arm CEO and will join the Arm board of directors. Arm to accelerate a new growth strategy under Haas as it starts making preparations for a public offering.
Arm has unveiled Arm® Total Solutions for IoT, a unique approach to Internet of Things (IoT) design that will lay the foundation for a new IoT economy. Arm Total Solutions for IoT will simplify and modernise software development, resulting in accelerated time to market for developers, OEMs and service providers at all stages of the IoT value chain and a reduction in product design cycles by up to…
Arm DevSummit returns virtually in October, bringing together the world’s most ambitious software and hardware engineers from the Arm ecosystem to tackle the global demand for ubiquitous specialised processing over the next decade.
Arm, in collaboration with leaders across the automotive supply chain including AWS, Continental, CARIAD (a Volkswagen Group Company) and more, today announced it is delivering a new software architecture and reference implementation, Scalable Open Architecture for Embedded Edge (SOAFEE), and two new reference hardware platforms to accelerate the software-defined future of automotive.
Arm DevSummit is a virtual event taking place October 19 – 21 that brings together the most respected technology companies and innovators from Arm’s global ecosystem. It offers developers and engineers a unique opportunity to gain priceless insights and make once-in-a-lifetime connections.
Arm has published its third Security Manifesto, which surveys the current threat landscape and its evolution but also details the tremendous strides the industry has made in the past four years.
Arm DevSummit is returning on October 19-21. The three-day virtual event will give you the opportunity to hear from the Arm ecosystem in a series of keynotes, and attend technical sessions and hands-on workshops across seven conference tracks.
Flexible electronics can seamlessly integrate with everyday objects through a combination of ultra-thin form-factor, conformability, extreme low-cost and potential for mass-scale production, enabling incredible innovation.
The convergence of edge and 5G technologies are driving rapid evolution in the type of compute needed to develop and deploy the next-generation infrastructure solutions for network and edge applications.
Fugaku, the supercomputer developed jointly by RIKEN and Fujitsu, and powered by Arm technology, has claimed the top spot on the Top500 list for the third time in a row.
Arm unveils the initial technical specifications for the Arm Confidential Compute Architecture (Arm CCA) and shares its vision for the next steps to unlocking the power and full potential of data, by making the benefits of confidential computing accessible to all developers.
For many decades, the computing industry has been focused on keeping pace with Moore’s Law by packing more compute into smaller areas. As Moore’s Law comes to an end, and new compute applications emerge, specialised processing will be the key to achieving the increased performance, power, and area (PPA) expected across the industry.
Arm announces two new initiatives to provide a step change in productivity for embedded, IoT, ML, and MCU software developers.
This week, Oracle announced it is bringing Arm-based instances to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with the Ampere A1 Compute. With this new cloud offering, OCI is bringing to market the industry's first 80-core Arm-based server SoC and the first cloud-native CPU for modern cloud and edge computing data centers, the Ampere Altra.
Arm Total Compute solutions bring performance, security and Armv9 to the broadest range of client devices
Arm is announcing its first Total Compute solutions, which deliver on the three key pillars of Arm’s Total Compute strategy – compute performance, developer access and security. By addressing these three pillars together, Arm can deliver uncompromised performance, security, scalability, and efficiency, accessible to millions of developers worldwide.
Arm's silicon partners shipped a record 7.3 billion Arm-based chips (up 22% y-o-y) in the last calendar quarter of 2020, equating to more than 900 chips per second and 70 millon chips a day. Arm partners also shipped a total of 25 billion Arm-based chips in 2020 (up 13% y-o-y), bringing the total deployment of Arm-based chips to-date to more than 190 billion units.
Arm has announced that SEMIFIVE, a leading silicon design solutions provider, has joined the Arm ecosystem to accelerate the deployment of application-optimized custom SoC designs built on Arm technology. Through this collaboration with Arm, SEMIFIVE will have access to a broad range of Arm IP, including Cortex®-A, Cortex-R and Cortex-M CPUs, Mali™ GPUs, Ethos™ NPUs, as well as various system and…
Arm is sharing new features of its latest infrastructure platforms, Neoverse V1 and Neoverse N2, as well as a growing list of Arm partners bringing the performance, performance per watt and TCO benefits of Neoverse to infrastructure markets.
To stay ahead of the relentless pace of technology, NVIDIA and the Arm ecosystem have been expanding where they collaborate to help their partners meet the ever-evolving demands of compute, particularly in the digital infrastructure.
Arm has introduced the Arm®v9 architecture in response to the global demand for ubiquitous specialised processing with increasingly capable security and artificial intelligence (AI). Armv9 is the first new Arm architecture in a decade, building on the success of Armv8 which today drives the best performance-per-watt everywhere computing happens.
For more than two decades, Arm technology has been at the heart of cellular technology and mobile device computing. From base stations to handsets, Arm is ubiquitous from the network to end devices and will span all key areas of 5G, the fastest growing generation of wireless cellular.
The Arm ecosystem continues to grow, with Arm partners signing a record 175 new licences in calendar year (CY) 2020, bringing the annual total to 1,910 licences and 530 licencees.
Arm’s next-generation mobile solution is powering the new Samsung Exynos 2100 SoC, an early adopter of the new Arm Cortex-X1 CPU in a tri-cluster, octa-core configuration, and optimized for 5nm.