big.LITTLE is a heterogeneous processing architecture that uses two types of processor.
Neon for Cortex-A and Cortex-R52
NEON is a SIMD architecture extension for the Arm Cortex-A series and Cortex-R52 processors.
CMSIS enables consistent device support and simple software interfaces to the processor and its peripherals, simplifying software reuse, reducing the ...
Arm’s low-power Cortex processors address a wide range of signal processing applications.
Machine Learning on Arm
Arm technologies enable the world’s most popular AI platform - the smartphone - to benefit from machine learning (ML) features like predictive text, s...
Security on Arm
Arm has a strong history of providing secure compute platforms for a range of security-focused applications – from smartcards, SIMs and other secure e...
Redefining the multi-core microarchitecture for the industry. DynamIQ is the new foundation for future Arm Cortex-A processors.
Arm Mali Technologies have been developed to allow increasingly more complex graphics within the power capacity and thermal limit of mobile devices. A...
Arm TrustZone technology provides system-wide hardware isolation for trusted software.
The Compute Library is a collection of low-level functions optimized for Arm CPU and GPU architectures targeted at image processing, computer vision, ...
Functional safety is a critical element for any system deployed within a vehicle, robot, factory and beyond.
The Arm architecture provides high-performance and high-efficiency hardware support for floating-point operations in half-, single-, and double-precis...