While the internet has traditionally only connected computers and people, IoT brings together all kinds of connected devices into a global network of distributed intelligence. Discover Arm's solutions for the IoT and explore our latest resources.
Arm Mbed OS, together with the Pelion IoT Platform provides a transformative device-to-data platform for connected IoT that empowers an intelligent enterprise.
Pelion IoT Platform
Pelion Device Management provides the ability to efficiently and flexibly manage a wide range of IoT device profiles from constrained through to rich node or gateway.Find out more
For IoT to reach its full potential, security needs to be built in from the ground up and throughout the full lifecycle of the device. Discover Arm’s security IP to protect your device from a variety of attacks.
Connectivity is the basic requirement of all IoT devices. Mbed OS implements diverse connectivity technology protocols and supports multiple communication options.
IoT SoC Solutions
Arm’s System-on-Chip (SoC) solutions include processors, multimedia technology, system IP and Artisan physical IP to help designers build the right SoC, no matter what class of device they are building.
Tools and Software
To build the next generation of IoT devices, Arm provides a vast range of tools and software that includes compilers, debuggers, development boards, simulation models and free software libraries.
Intelligence at the edge
We live in a world in which computing devices are everywhere. And, increasingly, they derive their value from the fact that they are connected into a huge network of intelligence, predicted to grow to a trillion devices by 2035.
Traditionally, decision making has been concentrated in the cloud, at the centre, moving all the data and intelligence inwards. This places huge strain on the technical and commercial model of the network.
Arm and its partners are enabling a step-change increase in edge device compute capability, whether that’s tiny microcontrollers or multi-core gateways. Rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach, we provide a unique combination of compute scalability, power efficiency, determinism, and interface options.
Explore the key technologies that are critical for moving intelligence to the edge in our latest white paper, “How to migrate intelligence from the cloud to embedded devices at the edge”.
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