Leading Smartphone Innovation
Smartphones and tablets are the consumer’s portal to services and capabilities, setting a performance standard that everyone expects. Arm develops the smartphone CPU and GPU technology to power everything from navigation to entertainment to payments, and much more. Mobile CPU performance from Arm powers the always-with-you compute and connectivity that allows 3 billion people to connect to the digital world.
As the fundamental blocks for next-generation experiences, smartphones and tablets give users access to many new and emerging use cases—artificial intelligence, computer vision, high-fidelity mobile gaming, machine learning, and VR/AR—through always-connected wireless networks that are a pathway to cloud services. Arm processor technology leads the way with high CPU and GPU mobile performance and leading-edge, energy-efficiency.
High Smartphone Performance and High Efficiency
Arm continues to deliver high performance and high efficiency by increasing the smartphone’s CPU performance by 100x and GPU performance by 300x since 2009. Arm has enabled laptop-type productivity and high-fidelity mobile gaming on smartphones and tablets for millions of fingertips, with long-lasting power efficiency and even thinner innovative designs. Innovation by Arm and its ecosystem partners underlies the modern device experience.
Hardware and eSports at the Core of the Mobile Gaming Opportunity
In this report, you will learn more about the rise of mobile gaming and eSports and how innovations in mobile hardware are likely to continue driving this significant growth in the future.
10 Years On: The Samsung Galaxy S Series
Arm has played a vital role in the evolution of mobile devices in the Samsung Galaxy S series over the past 10 years, and helped the smartphone become the first computing experience and primary multimedia device for many.
The Cortex-A processor series is designed for complex compute tasks on PC laptops, such as hosting a rich operating system platform and supporting multiple software applications and embedded designs. Cortex-A CPUs power intelligent solutions, from edge to cloud, for next-generation experiences.
Mali Technologies have been developed to allow ever-increasing graphics complexity within the thermal limits of mobile devices. The technologies provide significant system-wide bandwidth savings across all formats to ensure that users can experience the latest in graphics quality on any device.
Project Trillium from Arm is transforming our lives through a new class of advanced and ultra-efficient machine learning and object-detection processors, purpose-built to redefine device capabilities.
The Cortex-M processor series features the smallest and lowest-power Arm Cortex processors, optimized for deterministic real-time embedded processing and microcontroller applications.
Arm and its global partner ecosystem is one of the largest, most prolific and creative communities of product innovators. We’re providing power-efficient intelligence as the foundation for transformative applications and business ideas. See how Arm makes smart possible.
Introducing a New IP Suite for Premium Mobile Experiences
The Arm-powered smartphone is the world’s primary compute device, used by more than 3 billion consumers every day. Smartphones are the handheld portal to innovation and major influencers in the laptop evolution.
A Total Compute Approach to Delivering Digital Immersion
Total Compute represents a new approach to IP design focusing on use-case driven optimized system solutions.
- A Total Compute approach to delivering digital immersion under a common architecture
- Delivering next-generation AI experiences for the 5G world
- Accelerating mobile and laptop performance: Arm announces Client CPU roadmap
- 5G: transforming user experiences on devices
- New Arm Cortex-A77 CPU continues path towards compute performance leadership
- New Valhall architecture for Arm Mali-G77 GPU brings big step-change in premium mobile
- The path to 1.5 billion 5G-ready smartphone devices
- 10 years of mobile evolution: a look at the Samsung Galaxy S series