Arm expands its Total Solutions for IoT portfolio with two new solutions for its Cortex-M and Cortex-A processors.
First launched six months ago, Arm Total Solutions for IoT represented a sea change in design approach for the IoT and embedded markets by combining hardware IP, platform software -shape, machine learning models, tools and more to help simplify product development and accelerate product design.
As part of its expanded IoT roadmap, Arm is releasing the highest performing and most secure Cortex-M chip yet in the form of the new Cortex-M85 processor. At the same time, the company is expanding its Arm virtual hardware to more platforms, including third-party devices, to make the development process more accessible.
Vice President of IoT and Embedded at Arm, Mohamed Awad provided further insight into the company’s decision to bolster its IoT portfolio in a press release, saying:
“Developers are driving the future of the IoT, but they face an ever-increasing demand for higher performance, increased security, and less complex development workflows. The IoT runs on Arm, and we have a responsibility to create greater opportunities for IoT innovation and scale by continually raising the bar for performance, simplified development, and software reuse for our ecosystem. .
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As part of its expansion into the IoT space, the Arm Total Solution for Cloud Native Edge devices is launching today and is the first designed for Cortex-A and based on Cortstone-1000. For those unfamiliar, Arm Cortsone, which is a pre-integrated and pre-verified IP subsystem that allows silicon designers to focus their time and effort on differentiation, is at the heart of the Total Solutions portfolio of the company.
Arm Total Solution for Cloud Native Edge Devices provides IoT developers with all the power and potential of platform operating systems such as Linux so that application-class workloads can be developed for devices such as wearables , high-end smart gateways and cameras.
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Meanwhile, Arm’s new total solution for speech recognition is based on the Corstone-310 subsystem and is pre-integrated with the new Cortex-M85 and Arm Ethos-U55 to create the highest performance MCU-based design. of the company. It is primarily intended for use cases ranging from smart speakers and thermostats to drones and factory robots.
Finally, Arm Virtual Hardware now processes existing devices, hardware, and projects so developers don’t need to invest in large custom hardware farms. Arm is also expanding its virtual device library to include third-party hardware from a number of partners, including NXP, ST Microelectronics, and Raspberry Pi.
Now that Arm has equipped IoT developers with the hardware, software, and tools they need, we could soon see the IoT and embedded market grow even more.
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