Arm has added machine-learning extensions and pointer-security instructions to its latest Cortex-M series core.
MachineWare has expanded its portfolio of high-speed instruction-set simulators to the Arm Cortex-A and -M architectures.
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 and flexible-electronics specialist PragmatIC have demonstrated a 32bit processor implemented on a plastic substrate.
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.
Arm aims to bring protection against physical tampering and side-channel attacks into processor cores designed for IoT nodes, starting with one of its M-series designs.
Minima Processor is working on the first processor cores that will be customized to use its timing-control technology to push supply voltages into the near-threshold zone.
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