Arm SystemReady Partners 

Arm SystemReady delivers a foundational certification program, developed in partnership with our ecosystem of partners. This program uses right sized standardization to enable a diverse range of Arm-based hardware where software will ‘just work’.

 

Arm SystemReady is important for a range of companies who can design their hardware to meet the SystemReady standards, enabling interoperability with key standard OSes.

 

Together, we are setting the standards for a broad set of devices to just work.

 

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Partner Testimonials

AMPERE logo

“Ampere and Arm have worked together to ensure infrastructure compatibility across the cloud to the edge. The Arm SystemReady certification program gives customers a seamless, compatible software experience and highlights the importance of software and system architecture consistency. Ampere® Altra, the first cloud-native processor designed for modern datacenters, is now SystemReady SR v2.0 certified. (…).”

- Mauri Whalen, Vice President of Software Engineering at Ampere

BYOSOFT logo

“As independent BIOS vendor, we are glad to join in SystemReady program and get the certification. This program has established one solid base for our BIOS product to work seamlessly across a vibrant, diverse ecosystem of Arm platforms.”

- Hawk Chen, Vice President of Engineering, Byosoft

CyberTan logo
“In honor of the earliest wave of ODM offering Arm-based whitebox uCPE on the market, we are very proud to work closely with Arm for ecosystem unification through Arm SystemReady program. It will empower our customers with a wide range of software and application on top of our series of uCPE solutions”

- Roger Wu, President of CyberTAN
GIGABYTE logo

"GIGABYTE is delighted to be one of the first Arm ServerReady system partners and has worked closely with Arm on the definition and validation of the ServerReady program, enabling us to offer hardware platforms that work on a wide range of operating systems and hypervisors. We are very happy that Arm has extended the ServerReady success to the edge and IoT market with the new SystemReady program. GIGABYTE is ready and excited to be able to empower customers with our Arm SystemReady certified systems.”

- Akira Hoshino, Head of Product Strategy and Planning at GIGABYTE

GlobalLogic logo

"GlobalLogic, a Hitachi Group Company, is proud to partner with Arm in project Cassini & SystemReady programs. As we work towards a seamless customer experience on the Edge, it is important to standardize & simplify the Edge infrastructure deployments for scalability. Our basic tenets for delivering cloud native solutions have always been to keep it simple, scalable & secure. Arm’s project Cassini also focuses on these same areas for the Edge deployments with a three-pronged strategy around standardization, security & ecosystem enablement. Leveraging our certification lab & cloud native solutioning capabilities, GlobalLogic is excited to deliver an out of the box SystemReady experience to Arm’s customers, partners, developers & the broader edge ecosystem. ”

- Ramki Krishna, SVP/GM NEP BU, GlobalLogic

Microsoft logo

“The Arm SystemReady compliance certification program extends the success of the Arm ServerReady program beyond just servers based on Arm system standards and community contributions. It enforces a set of common principles that software developers and customers alike can rely on. We are pleased to see this come to fruition with several systems already certified as Arm SystemReady. Being SystemReady SR compliant is the first step toward enabling Windows Azure deployment, while being SystemReady ES or SR is the first step towards enabling Windows IoT on a platform.”

- Dr. Leendert van Doorn, Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft Corp.

Video: Arm SystemReady Trophy Presentation to Microsoft
Blog: Arm SystemReady collaboration with the Microsoft Enterprise and IoT ecosystem

Partner NVIDIA logo

“NVIDIA Jetson brings accelerated AI to the edge in a power-efficient and compact form-factor.  As a supporter of the Arm SystemReady program, NVIDIA is working towards enabling a greater selection of Linux distribution support on Jetson and future Arm-based systems, bringing additional value to customers and the developer ecosystem.”

NXP logo

“Edge processing requires a homogenous software environment to run cloud-native software. NXP has a strong history of developing Arm-based microcontrollers, applications, communications, and automotive processors and we are pleased to collaborate with Arm on Project Cassini. To achieve our shared goal, our Layerscape LS1046A and LX2160A processors are already in the process of obtaining SystemReady approval.”

- Tareq Bustami, General Manager for Network Product Line, Edge Processing, NXP Semiconductors.

Raspberry Pi logo

“Raspberry Pi is pleased to see the Arm SystemReady compliance certification program extending beyond servers to cover devices across a vibrant and diverse hardware ecosystem. Through promoting widely adopted standards this program recognizes the importance of the developers and community contributions in accelerating adoption of hardware standards that benefit the entire ecosystem. We look forward to leveraging the fruits of this program for developers and technology enthusiasts all over the world.”

- Eben Upton, CEO, Raspberry Pi (Trading) Ltd

Red Hat logo

“As edge computing drives the next wave of enterprise applications to meet evolving end user demands, we believe that open source communities will fuel this technical innovation. To make these technologies consumable, industry-accepted common standards combined with strong security must form the bedrock of these advancements, from silicon on up. We’re pleased to continue working with Arm and its ecosystem to refine these standards as we bring enterprise computing to the edge.”

- Peter Robinson, principal architect, IoT, Red Hat

SECO logo

“For SECO and our customers, the benefit of participating in the Project Cassini is twofold. First, it enables seamless and therefore fast integration of our SystemReady certified devices into larger systems and networks, which can be used by a broad ecosystem of partners in many different markets. Second, being also a software solutions provider, SECO can become an active part of this ecosystem by opening our software offering to third parties. By joining Project Cassini, we once again demonstrate that at SECO, standardization, security and openness are essential principles.”

- Marco Sogli, Head of SW R&D & DevOps at SECO

SolidRun logo

“SolidRun is very excited to be adopting Arm's SystemReady standards onto our current and future solutions. What we love about standardizing hardware and firmware with this program is that it allows our customers to not be forced into a specific Linux distribution or embedded OS. They can use the specific distribution they are most comfortable with, reducing the learning curve and bringing products based on our hardware to market quicker and cheaper. This, combined with security infrastructure that is being built on top of the standards, will accelerate the implementation of secure, stable, upgradeable Edge and IoT products.”

- Jon Nettleton Chief Systems Architect, SolidRun


"VMware sees a bright future for Arm-based solutions spanning the private cloud, the edge, and personal computing devices. We are pleased to be working with Arm and the broader ecosystem on open hardware and firmware standards to accelerate the adoption of Arm-based solutions across the hybrid cloud. Our work with Arm on SystemReady ES extensions will create new Arm use cases, including DPU-enabled data centers for enterprise users."

- Lee Caswell, VP Marketing, Cloud Platform Business Unit, VMware

 

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