Designed Specifically for Implementation in FPGAs

Cortex-M1 is highly optimized for FPGA implementation. Developers can easily implement Cortex-M1 as a soft processor inside programmable logic of FPGAs.

Features and Benefits

FPGA Implementation

Cortex-M1 processor is optimized for FPGA development. The reconfigurability and flexibility of FPGAs, help developers to future-proof their designs.

Design with Confidence

Cortex-M1 is based on the most proven and trusted embedded architecture, with an easy-to-use programmer’s model and supported by the world’s largest technology ecosystem.

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Available at no cost for commercial use as soft CPUs integrated within FPGA platforms from multiple partners.

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Architecture and Technologies

A Foundation of Silicon Success

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.

Cortex-M1 Resources

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.

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