Sustained Performance for Mobile Processing
The Arm Cortex-A family is designed for devices undertaking complex compute tasks, such as hosting a rich operating system platform and supporting multiple software applications. Cortex-A73 is the most power-efficient processor in the Cortex-A family. It is designed for mobile processing in devices that require the highest performance in the Arm low-power architecture.
Premiere to Mid Range Smartphones
Performance-intensive uses, such as AR and VR, DSLR-like photography, or as a computer substitute, have created strong demand for compute performance from mobile SoC. The combination of Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A53 delivers excellent performance with great battery life, enabling designers to create products in the slimmest form factors available on the market today.
As the driving experience becomes more and more connected, vehicle infotainment systems that enable music players, GPS, and in-car social media connectivity are increasingly in demand. Cortex-A73 processors form the basis of many automotive infotainment SoCs.
Find out how the efficiencies of Cortex-A73 can boost your device performance.
Mali Display Processors
As the resolution and quality of displays increase for media systems, efficient processing of the display output becomes even more important. A dedicated display processor that controls output to the screen and enables the GPU to offload basic tasks improves visual quality and reduces overall power consumption.
Arm security IP is a comprehensive security solution that enables silicon vendors to keep up-to-date with digital security requirements and protect target use cases. It is used in addition to the TrustZone technology, creating a system-wide approach to security.
CoreLink System Controllers
Orchestrate critical AMBA system tasks, including hardware virtualization support, interrupt management, L3 cache operation, and TrustZone security, they are designed for optimal compatibility with Arm processors and Multimedia IP.
Arm-based chips, device architectures, and technologies orchestrate the performance of everything that makes modern life possible — from smartphones to agricultural sensors and from medical instruments to servers.