ARM was 20 years old in 2010. Here the ARM executive team discuss the journey the company has been on for the last two decades and how ARM may benefit as current trends unfold between now and 2020.
Founder and Chief Technical Officer Mike Muller explains how serendipity combined with the power constraints of a battery has led to ARM developing smart, low-power processors that are now suitable for a broadening range of consumer electronics.
a model business
ARM has developed a business model designed to deliver sustainable long-term growth. COO Graham Budd describes why the model is increasingly relevant in today’s semiconductor industry.
The ARM partnership is an ecosystem of hundreds of companies that have built their business around ARM technology. Ian Drew, EVP of Marketing, explains how ARM develops this ecosystem and why it is so important to ARM’s long-term success.
the ideas lab
ARM’s ability to create value comes from its employees developing and delivering IP that is useful to its customers. Tudor Brown explains how a shared vision and mission helped ARM to become the world leader in semiconductor IP and are still at the heart of the company today.
ARM is well positioned as global trends drive the use of technology into the lives of billions of people. Warren East, CEO, explains how these trends will benefit ARM and could lead to 100 billion ARM-technology based chips being shipped over the next ten years.