Arm’s SystemReady program has revealed a number of the subtleties involved when trying to maintain software compatibility with operating systems without moving to the straightjacket of platforms like those used for the x86-based PC.
Arm is reworking the DesignStart scheme it introduced several years, moving it under the umbrella of the broader Flexible Access program.
Arm has put together a program based on its existing Flexible Access model that is intended to provide early-state startups with a broader list of cores they can prototype before needing to take out a full licence.
Mentor is active across the program at Arm TechCon with a range of conference and booth talks, demonstrations and presentations.
Arm has introduced a licensing model that makes it easier to try out cores during a design before committing to production.
Large-scale MCMs and novel device architectures bookend the papers on machine learning at VLSI Symposia in an event that will also cover chiplet integration and other topics.
Arm is on the way to making formal a fundamental part of its verification strategy for ARM Cortex-A processors.
A year on from the last Computex and the launch of the Cortex-A73 and Mali-G71, ARM has launched a new trio of processors aimed not just at smartphones this time but servers and driver-assistance systems.
ARM has pulled together a number of forthcoming changes to its Cortex processor and Big-Little cluster architectures under the umbrella title DynamIQ, claiming they will support the increasing use of AI algorithms in servers and embedded control.
HiSilicon has licensed UltraSoC’s semiconductor IP to build into SoCs for system monitoring, analysis, and optimization.
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