Tiny, 32-bit Processor
The Cortex-M processor series is designed to enable developers to create cost-sensitive and power-constrained solutions for a broad range of devices. Designed for smart and connected embedded applications, especially where size matters, the Cortex-M0 is the smallest Arm processor available, making it ideal for use in simple, cost-sensitive devices. Cortex-M0 is available to access for a low upfront cost with Arm DesignStart. The program helps companies to design innovative custom chips or FPGA designs, without compromising on time-to-market.
Wearables require a long battery life combined with low power consumption, contained in a small silicon area. Cortex-M0 offers a low-cost, small solution ideal for enabling wearables.
Find out why Cortex-M0 is the best match for low-cost, size-constrained devices.
Cortex-M System Design Kit
The Cortex-M System Design Kit (CMSDK) is a comprehensive solution, including a selection of SoC infrastructure components, essential peripherals, example systems and drivers, and compilation and simulation scripts. It’s designed to work with Cortex-M processors out of the box to help integrate the processing subsystem into your product with minimum risk.
Pelion IoT Platform
Building on Arm’s proven leadership as the trusted silicon architect, we are transforming the way IoT creates and captures value for global enterprises. Arm Pelion IoT Platform is the only IoT solution for any device, any data, any cloud.
Arm DesignStart offers instant and easy access to
Arm IP and an extensive ecosystem, enabling
developers to pursue application-optimized designs
at low upfront cost and reduced risk, with faster
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Everything you need to know to make the right decision for your project. Includes technical documentation, industry insights, and where to go for expert advice.
- Fast SoC proof-of-concept with Arm DesignStart
- Designing a system-on-chip (SoC) with an Arm Cortex-M processor