ARM Cortex Application Processors
Cortex-A Series - High performance processors for feature rich Operating Systems
All of our Cortex-A processors deliver exceptional 32-bit performance for high-end computing, with the new Cortex-A72 processor and both the Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 processors delivering combined 32-bit and 64-bit performance, enabling next-generation mobile, networking and server products. The processors are available in single-core and multi-core varieties, delivering up to four processing units with the ability to integrate NEON™ multimedia processing blocks and advanced Floating Point execution units.
ARM Cortex Real-time Embedded Processors
Cortex-R Series - Exceptional performance for real-time applications
Cortex Real-time Embedded processors have been developed for deeply embedded real-time applications where the need for low power and good interrupt behaviour are balanced with exceptional performance and strong compatibility with existing platforms.
ARM Cortex Embedded Processors
Cortex-M Series - Cost-sensitive solutions for deterministic microcontroller applications
Cortex-M series processors have been developed primarily for the microcontroller domain where the need for fast, highly deterministic, interrupt management is coupled with the desire for extremely low gate count and lowest possible power consumption.
ARM Specialist Processors
SecurCore™ - Processors for high security applications
FPGA Cores - Processors for FPGA
ARM Specialist Processors are designed to meet the demanding needs of specific markets. SecurCore processors are utilized within the security markets for mobile SIMs and identification applications and integrate numerous technologies to detect and avoid security attacks while delivering outstanding performance.
ARM also develops processors for FPGA fabrics, enabling users to rapidly reach market while maintaining compatibility with traditional ARM devices. Additionally the fabric independent nature of these processors enables developers to choose the target device which is right for their application rather than be locked to a specific vendor.