“This report can’t tell you exactly what the world will look like in a year’s time,” says Rene Haas, President, IP Products Group (IPG) at Arm, “but it does reinforce my confidence that the Arm ecosystem will emerge from the current uncertainty far stronger and more resilient.”
He’s talking about Ecosystem Predictions and Perspectives 2021, a new report from Arm combining the views of over 900 individuals from our partner ecosystem with insight from Arm senior executives.
It’s a report into the year that no one expected, and the priorities and future expectations of those using Arm technology—from indie developers to CEOs of multinational chipmakers—in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read the Ecosystem Predictions & Perspectives 2021 report
In providing insight into what the data shows, Rene is joined by three senior Arm leaders: Dipti Vachani, GM of our IoT and Automotive business, Chris Bergey, who runs our Infrastructure group, and Paul Williamson, whose Client business works with partners across the mobile computing realm.
Read the report for free now and discover:
- To what extent the COVID-19 pandemic has affected CEOs’ business strategies
- Why AI Camera is the most exciting new use case for device developers
- The sector most expected to benefit from XR (no, it’s not gaming)
- What the ecosystem believes the #1 factor is in the success of autonomous computing
- The next big cloud use case for infrastructure companies
The Arm ecosystem in a post-COVID-19 world
A key theme in this report is the way in which the Arm ecosystem has adapted to working in the ‘new normal’. COVID-19 has had a profound effect on almost every aspect of our lives, yet the overall picture painted by our respondents is one of resilience and cautious optimism. Read the report for more.
Read Ecosystem Predictions & Perspectives 2021 now
Read the Arm Ecosystem Predictions and Perspectives 2021 report and discover how COVID-19 has affected business strategies, the new use cases exciting Arm developers and what’s seen as the biggest factor in the success of autonomous compute.