Widely Deployed Multicore Processor
The Arm Cortex-A processor series is designed for devices undertaking complex compute tasks, such as hosting a rich operating system platform and supporting multiple software applications. A multicore processor optimized for performance and power, Cortex-A9 is one of the most widely deployed and mature applications processors from Arm. It is suitable for low-power, cost-sensitive, 32-bit devices that require competitive performance.
Increasingly advanced levels of interaction with devices in our homes requires more sophisticated capabilities from processors. Cortex-A9 provides a cost-effective solution for home networking devices.
With more than 95 percent market share in smart phone processors, Arm has become the architecture for developers' applications and services. Cortex-A9 is one of the most successful mobile phone processors designed by Arm.
The Mali-470 is the first GPU designed specifically for the power-sensitive requirements of wearable and IoT devices. It delivers superior energy efficiency across one to four core implementations, reducing the cost of both implementation and operation.
The Arm CoreLink CCI-400 Cache Coherent Interconnect provides full cache coherency between two clusters of multi-core CPUs. It enables big.LITTLE processing and I/O coherency for devices such as the Mali-T600 series GPU, and I/O masters like modem and USB.
POP IP is the bridge between Cortex-A CPU and silicon process technology. A highly optimized physical IP solution for Cortex-A processors, the Artisan POP IP delivers a proven high-performance or high-density implementation solution while lowering technical and project risk.
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.
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