|Part category definitions
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Downloading Arm IP via connect
Arm recommends that if you use connect, to download, and install the Aspera Connect download manager to manage your IP downloads.
The Aspera application can be downloaded from the diagnostic tool page. Which detects your OS and present you with the correct version for your machine. You can also test your ports from this page to see if you must take action regarding opening the correct ports. See the FAQ page on Aspera for further details.
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If I know the specific Arm product code, how can I quickly find what is available to download?
In the top right corner of the page, use the search bar to search for the specific Arm product code. This action takes you directly to the product information page where all key deliverables are listed for that specific Arm product.
From the product information page, how do I add product deliverables to my cart?
Each Arm product has a product information page where all key parts for that product are shown. To add all key parts to your cart, tick the select all box and then click the cart icon. This action adds all key parts to your cart. Alternatively, to add specific key parts to your cart, tick the box that is on the same line next to the key parts of interest. When your key part selections have been completed, click the cart icon. This action adds the selected key parts to your cart.
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From the Connect home page, your most recent five transaction builds are readily available to access by clicking the specific transaction number. To view your complete transaction history, click to view your transaction history please click here. This action takes you to the transaction history page where all previous transaction requests are in order of year and month.
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Click the cart icon that is on the left middle side of the page. This action takes you to the current transaction page where the contents of your cart are shown.
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From the current transaction page, click the build transaction button that is in the bottom right corner of the page. All items that are shown in your cart are prepared for downloading.
To manage the maximum individual download file size, the preferred download size can be set to a specific data package size. When the build transaction is then run, the transaction ensures that no download exceeds this file size.
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Part category definitions
Part Category is the labels that are put on the deliverables that link them back to your contract. Which defines the license grants (for example, use and copy for purposes of...) and disclosure rights (for example, can be disclosed to a Designer subcontractor), associated to those deliverables in your contract.
The following image shows that part category is situated next to parts.
The following table, shows what each Part Category means.
|Part Category||Full description|
|TRM||Technical Reference Documentation|
|ConfidTRM||Confidential Technical Reference Documentation|
|TEST||Implementation and Integration Tests|
|TESTLIB||Functional Safety Software Test Library|
|SWERRATA||Software Developers Errata|
|OBJECTCODE||Software Object Code|
|SOURCECODE||Software Source Code|
|SWPROD||Software Productization Tools|
|DSM||Design Simulation Models|
|TPIP||Required Third-Party IP Licenses|
You can also hover over each Part Category to see the same table of descriptions which is shown in the following image.
Product and Part Information
How are the Arm PIPD products bundled?
Arm PIPD products are bundled according to the following guideline:
||Contains an elemental set of views to support basic product operation. Typical contents vary by product family and may include, but are not limited to, release note, databook, cell list, user guide, symbol models, verilog models, LEF views, FRAM views, Liberty NLM Models for the nominal voltage domain.|
||Same as the FE bundle contents plus GDSII layouts and LVS netlist views|
||Contains Liberty NLM models for voltage domains other than nominal, each unique voltage domain would have a unique FT bundle|
||Contains advanced EDA views set-up by EDA view per voltage domain supported. Typical contents vary by product family and may include, but are not limited to, CCS Timing-Noise models, Cadence CPF models, CeltIC Noise models, Apache Power Library models and VoltageStorm models. Products generally contain multiple FX bundles.|
Product and part information
AAAAA-BB-CCDDD where AAAAA is the Product code, BB is the Major group and CC is the minor group.
|MN||Native Model (HDL)|
|MS||Design Simulation Model (DSM)|
AAAAAAAAA-BBB-CCCC where AAAAAAAAA is the Product code, BBB is the Major group and CCCC is the minor group
|APL||Apache Power Library Models|
|APV||ARM Primitive Views|
|AST or ATF||Astro Technology Files|
|ATP||Automatic Test Program Generation|
|AVM||Apache Virtual Memory Models or Model Generator|
|BMP||Bit Map Generator|
|CCN||CCS Noise Models or Database|
|CCT||CCS Timing Models|
|CDL||LVS Netlist Views or Database|
|CEL||Milkyway CEL Views|
|CLT||CeltIC Models or Enablement|
|CPF||Common Power Format Models or Model Generator|
|CSL||Cadence Layout Database|
|CTL||CTL View Generator|
|CTN||CCS Timing-Noise Models|
|DGN||Datasheet or Datatable Generator|
|ECS||ECSM Timing Models|
|ESN||Extracted Spice Netlist Views|
|ETM||Tessent BIST Views or View Generator|
|FRM||Milkyway FRAM Views|
|FSC||Tessent FastScan Views or View Generator|
|ICC||IC Compiler Technology Files|
|LEF||LEF Views or View Generator|
|LIB||Liberty NLM Model Generator|
|LMV||Logic Model View|
|MBA||MBIST Architect Views or View Generator|
|NCE||Liberty NLM, CCS :ECSM Timing Database|
|NCT||Liberty NLM :CCS Timing Database|
|NLM||Liberty NLM Models or Database|
|NTG||LVS Netlist View Generator|
|PSS||Process Tag Set-up|
|SCH||Cadence Schematic Views|
|SOC||Encounter Technology Files|
|SRC||TLUPLUS Technology Files|
|SYM||Symbol Views (Cadence or Synopsys)|
|TAL||Talus Technology Files|
|TLF||TLF Views or View Generator|
|TMX||TetraMax Views or View Generator|
|TNP||CSS Timing-Noise-Power Models|
|VHD||VHDL Models or Model Generator|
|VRL||Verilog Models or Model Generator|
|VTB||Verilog Test Bench|
|VTS||VoltageStorm Models or Enablement or VoltageStorm Technology Files|
|VVG||Volcano View Script|