ARM Congratulates Partners On A Successful CES

15 January 2010

SAN JOSE, Calif. - Jan 15, 2010 - ARM congratulates its Partners on a successful showing at CES 2010. With a high number of ARM Powered® devices showcased last week, 2010 looks to become a milestone year for the company and its Partners. From Lenovo's critically acclaimed Skylight smartbook, to HTC's Nexus One smartphone and Nvidia’s Tegra 2 platform, the collaboration among Partners has resulted in innovative new devices that are not only providing a superior consumer experience, but also changing the landscape of the consumer electronics market.


ARM and its Partners are redefining innovation in the areas of netbooks, tablets, smartphones and TVs from some of the most inventive companies including:

  • Dell (Mini 5 Smartbook)
  • Entourage (Edge)
  • Ford (MyFord Touch)
  • Freescale (Tablet reference design $200 smartbook)
  • Haier (Tegra based smartbook)
  • HP (Snapdragon based smartbook with Android)
  • Inbruis (Cortex-A8 based Android handheld)
  • LG (GT540 Android based phone)
  • Motorola (Backflip Android based phone)
  • Nvidia  (Mobinnova smartbook)
  • Plastic Logic (QUE)
  • Spring Design (Alex)

Link to Ian Drew’s blog on CES:

Key Facts:

  • ARM’s silicon Partners supply chips into more than 95 percent of all mobile handsets, and into a quarter of all electronic devices.
  • The ARM software ecosystem provides a broad range of operating systems, applications, CODECs and tools solutions. This choice fosters an environment of freedom and innovation for developers of consumer electronics.
  • ARM technology is enabling a broad range of differentiated mobile computing products – from smartbooks and netbooks to tablets, eReaders and more.



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