Arm’s solution to the future needs of AI, security and specialized computing is v9
Today, Arm introduced the Arm®v9 architecture in response to the global demand for ubiquitous specialized processing with increasingly capable security and artificial intelligence (AI).
The Arm ecosystem ships a record 6.7 billion Arm-based chips in a single quarter
In the fourth quarter of 2020, Arm reported its silicon partners shipped in the prior quarter a record 6.7 billion Arm-based chips, including a record 4.4 billion chips based on Arm Cortex-M. Arm Mali graphics processors remain the number one shipping GPU.
Addressing the digital divide with Facebook Connectivity and Magma
Arm's work with Facebook Connectivity on Magma combines the performance, power efficiency, and pervasiveness of Arm-based solutions with Magma. Together we can bring greater connectivity to emerging markets and dense urban areas by better enabling service providers with open, flexible, and extensible carrier-grade networks.
Arm’s powerful compute and graphics platform at the heart of the new Samsung Exynos 2100
Arm's next-generation mobile solution is powering the new Samsung Exynos 2100 SoC, an early adopter of the new Arm Cortex-X1 CPU in a tri-cluster, octa-core configuration, and optimized for 5nm.
Telechips selects the latest Arm IP for its next-generation automotive SoC
The new Telechips Dolphin5 automotive SoC is based on an Arm heterogeneous compute solution comprised of CPU, GPU and NPU IP.
Arm Security Update
Arm has collaborated with key industry players to mitigate this industry-wide issue and have provided the necessary software patches to address the vulnerabilities.