Media Resources

It’s a busy week for Arm at Mobile World Congress and Embedded World 2019, where we’re showcasing our technology and partner solutions and sharing the latest developments in IoT, AI/machine learning, mobile, infrastructure, automotive, and embedded.

Whether you’re joining us in Barcelona, Nuremberg, or watching from afar, we’ve made it even easier to keep up-to-date with Arm’s latest ecosystem announcements. Our dedicated media resources page features news announcements, ecosystem updates, and other highlights from both events so you won’t miss a thing.

You’re invited! Visit the Arm booth at the following locations:
Mobile World Congress: Hall 6, Stand E.30
Embedded World: Hall 4, Stand 4/140

If there’s something else you’d like to see, or if you have any questions, please contact:

News Highlights
Arm and China Unicom Sign Partnership Agreement to Drive IoT Adoption in China

Collaboration brings together Arm Pelion Device Management, Arm Mbed OS and China Unicom IoT Platform

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Arm and Leading Test Laboratories Unveil Independent Security Certification for IoT Devices

Announcing PSA Certified - enabling IoT solution developers and device makers to establish the security and authenticity of the data collected from a diverse world of IoT devices.

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Arm and Vodafone Commit to Work Together to Simplify Internet of Things (IoT) Deployment

Agreement combines iSIM, IoT software and network services to dramatically reduce complexity and enable fully open, remote provisioning of IoT devices

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Arm Neoverse
Accelerating the Transformation of Cloud to Edge Infrastructure

Announcing the Arm Neoverse N1 platform and Arm Neoverse E1 platform enabling complete infrastructure solutions for faster time-to-market and optimal design points for cloud to edge applications.

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Next-generation Armv8.1-M Architecture: Delivering Enhanced Machine Learning and Signal Processing for the Smallest Embedded Devices

Arm Helium technology is a new M-Profile Vector Extension bringing enhanced compute capabilities to the Armv8.1-M architecture.

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