IoT and IP Work Together
From providing the IP for the chip to delivering the cloud services that allow organizations to securely manage the deployment of products throughout their lifecycle, Arm delivers a complete Internet of Things (IoT) solution for our partners and customers. It’s rooted in our deep understanding of the future of compute and security.
Technology for the Widest Range of Devices—from Sensors to Servers
Arm is the world’s leading technology provider of silicon IP and custom SoCs at the heart of billions of devices. Our portfolio of products enable partners to get-to-market faster.
Technology that Removes the Complexities of IoT
Arm removes the complexities of IoT with a complete IoT products and pre-integrated subsystems that enable customers and partners to rapidly design and deploy flexible IoT solutions.
Arm offers a comprehensive solution of highly integrated, industry-proven Cortex processors, subsystems, system IP, and Artisan physical IP for the ideal compute platform. Whether you are looking to create a chip from scratch, or looking for a complete solution, Arm can help every step of the way with specific products, tools, and services.
Arm has been helping the ecosystem secure devices for many years, applying the insights gained from over 100 billion Arm-based chips, and working with partners to protect against a variety of exploits, including physical attacks.
Arm-based designs are transforming the way people live and how businesses operate. These designs highlight the Arm ecosystem’s contributions towards the advancement of computing; they are shaping today’s connected world.
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.
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.