The Cortex-A32 processor uses an efficient, 8-stage, in-order pipeline that has been extensively optimized to provide the 32-bit Armv8-A features in the smallest footprint and power.
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The Cortex-A32 processor delivers higher efficiency (performance per mW) and higher performance than the Cortex-A7 and Cortex-A5 processors.
The graph depicts relative performance improvements delivered by the Cortex-A32 processor compared to the Cortex-A5 and Cortex-A7 processors across some of the popular benchmarks. The performance comparisons are for the same clock frequency and same processor configurations.
Cortex-A32 Technical Reference Manual
For system designers and software engineers, the Cortex-A32 manual provides information on implementing and programming Cortex-A32 based devices.Read here
Cortex-A Series Programmer's Guide for Armv8-A
Common to all Cortex-A series processors, this programmer's guide is useful for assembly and C language application development for Armv8-A.Get the guide
Development Tools for Cortex-AArm and our partners provide specialist code generation, debug and analysis tools for software development on Cortex-A series processors, such as DS-5 Development Studio.
The whitepaper explains how the Cortex-A32 is an ideal stepping stone into the Cortex-A family for traditional Cortex-M products.Download
Arm training courses and on-site system-design advisory services enable licensees to efficiently integrate the Cortex-A32 processor into their design to realize maximum system performance with lowest risk and fastest time-to-market.Arm training courses Arm Design Reviews Open a support case
The Cortex-A32 processor can be incorporated into an SoC using a broad range of Arm technology including Graphics IP, System IP, and Physical IP. The Cortex-A32 processor is fully supported by Arm development tools. Related IP includes:
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