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For many years Arm has been more than a supplier of processor IP. As you’ve seen from recent public launches, Arm now offers a complete suite of IP to support increasingly diverse markets. Using Arm-designed example systems, system guidance shows what can be achieved using Arm IP. Now Arm is making system guidance available for both mobile and infrastructure designs.

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Three tips for maximizing your SoC performance

Watch this webinar to understand more about the methodologies and analysis techniques used at Arm, plus how these link to CPU performance. Tom Conway from the Arm Systems and Software Group will introduce some of the SoC design work carried out by Arm, with data for SoCs targeting mobile and server/networking applications.

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How to optimize a system with the latest Arm DynamIQ processors

Watch this webinar with Tom Conway, director of system marketing, who will give more detail about the newest System Guidance for Mobile packages. The webinar will discuss guidance available for the new Arm DynamIQ processors (Arm Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55), plus the new Arm Mali-G72 GPU. In this webinar, which is the second in our SoC performance series, Pete Hawkins (principal engineer, Arm) will explore how to maximise system bandwidth. He will discuss the challenges of distributing system traffic between multiple LPDDR4 memory channels.

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For many years ARM® has been more than just a processor supplier. As you’ve seen from recent public launches, ARM now offers a complete suite of IP for various markets. System guidance is where we elaborate more about what can actually be achieved by the ARM IP in various example systems, which ARM has designed. ARM is now making system guidance available for both mobile and infrastructure designs. Use the documents below to learn more about system guidance, if you’d like to talk to someone at ARM click the button on the right.

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