Industry-Leading Performance and Efficiency for Inference at the Edge

An optimized, ground-up design for machine learning that targets mobile and adjacent markets. The solution consists of state-of-the-art optimized fixed-function engines that provide best-in-class performance and energy efficiency. Additional features include programmable layer engines, network control unit and onboard memory.

Features and Benefits
Outstanding Performance

Specially designed to provide up to 4 TOPs in mobile environments, while reducing traffic to the external memory and therefore power consumption.

Highly Efficient

Provides a massive efficiency uplift compared to CPUs, GPUs, DSPs and accelerators, running at >4 TOPs/W.

Optimized Design

Completes the Arm ML platform solution and integrates with Arm NN.


Programmable engines support future innovation and algorithms.

Artificial Intelligence

The new class of ultra-efficient machine learning and object detection processors is purpose-built to redefine device capabilities and transform our lives. 

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