ARM and UBM Tech Launch Innovative New Digital Magazine: Signum
San Francisco, USA and Cambridge UK - November 19, 2012 - ARM and UBM Tech announced today the launch of a new digital magazine, Signum. Combining leading journalism with the latest multimedia technology, Signum goes far beyond traditional print. Multimedia, social media and mobile user interfaces are integrated on top of a magazine format that enables a deeper understanding of ARM design strategies, tools and products.
Free subscription is available at www.signummagazine.com
The goal of Signum is to educate and stimulate a broad audience from system and software engineers to tech savvy consumers. It will focus on the trends, strategies and products that are shaping the future of low-power, intelligent devices and how they will enhance consumer lifestyles.
The engineering community will benefit from the latest design strategies and techniques, while consumers will have access to content that aims to pique their interest and spur further exploration. All articles and many advertisements will have interactive functionality that launches supporting articles, podcasts, video, animated illustrations or presentations, enabling the reader to gain a deeper understanding of the topic.
The launch edition of Signum, available today, features the following stories:
- Baby Genius: Discover how mobile technology is providing a new generation of toddlers with digital skills for their future.
- Talking Books for Africa: Interview with Cliff Schmidt, Executive Director of Literacy Bridge, to find out how the talking book is helping fight poverty in Africa.
- When Blobs Attack: Binary Blobs and the bottlenecks they are causing in innovation: Why openness needs to be encouraged - while allowing vendor differentiation.
- Under the Hood: We lift the hood on the Google Nexus 7, which has joined the battle to get to the top of your holiday wish list.
- ARM's New Brain: A closer look at the new Cortex-A50 Series processors. Find out how the scalability of this processor series will enable ARM partners to address diverse markets, from tablets and smartphones to high-performance servers and networking.
Ian Drew, executive vice president, marketing, ARM said: "The launch of Signum will build on the growing demand for interactive content about ARM. It will deliver fascinating stories from inside the ARM ecosystem and it will provide a forum for understanding the very latest products based on ARM technology.'
Signum is produced in partnership by ARM and UBM Tech and will be distributed quarterly on two platforms, enabling full functionality on smartphones and tablet devices as well as an iPad-optimized version. Both versions can be accessed at www.signummagazine.com.
"We have a strong relationship with ARM, and for the past three years we've produced the annual ARM TechCon event. We are very pleased to extend our relationship with the creation of Signum," said Kathy Astromoff, CEO, Electronics, UBM Tech. "Signum establishes a new standard in digital publications offering a level of interactivity and providing full immersion for the reader."
Those interested in contributing to future editions of Signum should contact Jan Howells, managing editor, ARM at Jan.Howells@arm.com.
ARM partners interested in sponsorship opportunities, contact Todd A. Bria, Regional Sales Manager, UBM Tech, 831.477.2075 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Europe-based sponsors can contact: Victoria Hufmann at email@example.com or Norbert Hufman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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