Arm technology scales from the tiniest of sensors to the largest of data centers, providing power-efficient intelligence upon which transformative applications and business models are built.
Arm has an unmatched ecosystem of industry partners. These partners are creating the scalable, embedded intelligence and software that are enabling an agile, secure, and flexible end-to-end platform for sensing, controlling, and delivering business insights.
Through its powerful technologies and a solutions-based approach that includes IP, software, and tools, Arm is bringing artificial intelligence to the network edge, endpoint devices, and applications everywhere.
The 5th generation mobile network offers constant connectivity and incredible performance. Arm-powered solutions are helping more companies take advantage of its potential—from the compute infrastructure through the network and to the device.
Arm enables the embedded intelligence that is driving sustainable innovation at today’s car companies for an enriched driving experience that offers consumers greater fuel economy, safety, information security, and vehicle performance.
Hardware and software must have a symbiotic relationship, where security is no longer an afterthought. The security portfolio from Arm is designed to protect against a broad spectrum of attacks, allowing partners to deploy the security level that best matches their application needs.
Healthcare technology can help transform healthcare from reactive to proactive, delivering the critical data and clinical insight that can relieve some of the issues faced across the industry.
Industrial users have led others in the use of connected devices and IoT. In often challenging environments, industrial users require low-power, high-performance, and low-maintenance silicon that can be easily updated.
By 2035, there will likely be a trillion connected devices worldwide, and compute and networking infrastructure will need to fundamentally change to support this growth.
The need for effective logistics spans industries. The Internet of Things (IoT) will bring end-to-end visibility, revolutionizing the approach to tasks such as transporting goods, controlling inventory, and replenishing stock.
City officials are examining all the functions they provide—from transportation and energy to street lighting to better cultural spaces—and asking how IoT can transform the urban environment.
Always-on devices are becoming reality for IoT homes. These new enhanced and connected everyday objects are now using sensor technology to constantly gather data about the physical world around us.
The ability to view and predict indoor space usage and availability is critical. It helps drive cost savings and occupant engagement. Explore how Arm’s Pelion Smart Spaces solutions can provide actionable insights, streamlined operations, and more.
Arm technology powers the world’s leading hard disk drives (HDDs) and solid-state drives (SSDs). Our verified processors, system IP, and security combined with the world’s largest ecosystem allow our semiconductor partners to meet the needs of their storage applications – both now and for the future.
Utilities rely on data for activities such as dynamic pricing and managing supply. The integrity and security of that data are paramount for organizations managing critical infrastructure in an IoT world.
Removing the barriers to enable smaller, more responsive wearable technology devices requires low-power IP that can provide performance within a size- and power-constrained setting. Secure, flexible processing is critical.
Managing the Future of Cellular: What 5G Means for the Radio Access Network
Realizing the potential of 5G requires new thinking and new architectures especially for essential Radio Access Networks (RANs).
ADAS Technology Saves Lives
New vehicles must feature state-of-the-art Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) safety tech by 2022. Arm's VP of Automotive, Chet Babla, explores an economic challenge the semiconductor industry must help meet.
True IoT Intelligence is Complex
By adding more compute power where it counts we will be able to scale the Internet of Things and the many compelling use cases on the horizon.