Arm Virtual Hardware Lab Series: New Release Including More Hardware & Project
This session is part of the Arm Virtual Hardware Lab Series, introducing Arm Virtual Hardware, a new cloud-based offering which enables software development without the need for physical hardware, reducing product design cycles from five to three years. This session will provide an overview of the latest additions, which include the new Corstone designs as well as 7 new Cortex-M processors ranging from Cortex-M0 to Cortex-M33. Arm is further expanding the library with third party hardware from partners including NXP, ST Microelectronics and Raspberry Pi.
What is Arm Virtual Hardware?
Arm Virtual Hardware provides a modern development flow, delivering flexibility, simplicity, and the opportunity for rapid IoT device development. It’s an evolution of Arm's modelling technology delivering models of Arm-based processors, systems and third party hardware in the cloud for application developers to build and test software before and after hardware availability.