A new exhibition at The Centre for Computing History celebrates 25 years of success for the Cambridge cluster's flagship technology company, ARM.
Centre for Computing History exhibition marks 25 years of success for ARM
The exhibition of ARM memorabilia, open until December 20th, tells the story of Silicon Fen’s most successful start-up, and how its continuous journey of innovation has changed our world.
ARM’s technology is at the heart of our connected world today: most smartphones, tablets, cars and TVs plus millions of medical, wearable and other smart connected devices are powered by ARM technology. It’s estimated that over 60% of the world’s population touch an ARM-powered device every day.
ARM was set up in 1990 with 12 founding engineers working out of an old barn in Swaffham Bulbeck. Twenty-five years later, it is the world’s leading semiconductor IP company, with over 75 billion ARM-based chips shipped, and nearly 4,000 staff working in over 30 offices round the world.
There is no need to book for this event.
Normal museum admission charges will apply.
All proceeds go to support the Computing Museum!
The Centre for Computing History is an educational charity. More than just a museum, it hosts hands-on exhibitions, workshops and a wide range of events. Most importantly, it makes the history of computing relevant and fun for all ages.
The Centre for Computing History was established to create a permanent public exhibition that tells the story of the Information Age.