Boost Processor Efficiency and Support Interrupt Virtualization
A Generic Interrupt Controller (GIC) is an exclusive block of IP that performs critical interrupt management, prioritization and routing. GICs are primarily used for boosting processor efficiency and supporting interrupt virtualization. Arm has several generic interrupt controllers that provide a range of interrupt management solutions for all types of Arm Cortex multiprocessor systems.
Arm provides a scalable high performance coherent backplane IP to enable partners to build more powerful infrastructure SoCs from edge to cloud.
Arm offers a high-performance path to memory and enables heterogeneous solutions that blend compute and acceleration providing the optimal platform for virtualization workload.
Arm CoreLink SMMU and GIC are supported on the main open source Linux platform and the latest architecture provides further enhancement to IO virtualization.
Arm offers automotive enhanced GIC and SMMU, designed to enable high performance systems, targeting ASIL B to ASIL D safety integrity levels.
Software compatible with GIC-600 and additional safety features targeting ASIL B to ASIL D systems including fault management unit for error detection and reporting. The CoreLink GIC-600AE is part of Arm’s Safety Ready program
Detects, manages, virtualizes and distributes interrupts for Armv8.0-A processors. Configurable up to 512 processor threads per chip, up to 16 chips and 960 shared interrupts.
Detects, manages, virtualizes and distributes interrupts for Armv8.0-A processors. Configurable up to 128 single-threaded cores and 960 shared interrupts.
Detects, manages and virtualizes interrupts for Armv7 processors. Configurable up to 8 cores and 480 shared interrupts.
Arm technology is used in various applications throughout the car including Advanced driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving.
Find out more about the CoreLink GIC family and how it can create a better user experience for your products.
Arm processors include the ultra-low power Cortex-M series, real-time response Cortex-R series, and the server-class Cortex-A series.
Graphics and Multimedia
Arm Mali media IP offer high-performing, energy-efficient media processing across a large and growing number of mobile and consumer devices, including smartphones, tablets, TVs and wearables.
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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