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Arm Partners are Shipping More Than 900 Arm-based Chips Per Second Based on Latest Results

May 20, 2021 – Arm’s silicon partners shipped a record 7.3 billion Arm-based chips (up 22% y-o-y) in the last calendar quarter of 2020, equating to more than 900 chips per second and 70 millon chips a day. Arm partners also shipped a total of 25 billion Arm-based chips in 2020 (up 13% y-o-y), bringing …

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Transforming Compute for Next-generation Infrastructure

News Highlights: The Arm Neoverse V1 platform is first in a new computing tier for Arm, and the first-ever Arm designed core to support Scalable Vector Extension (SVE), delivering 50% more performance for demanding HPC and ML workloads The Arm Neoverse N2 platform is the first based on Armv9, delivering 40% more performance for diverse …

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With a Next-Generation Architecture, Arm is Building for the Next Decade of Processing

This market research report was originally published at Yole Développement’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Yole Développement. Arm, the architecture IP that dominates chip unit volume across the computing spectrum, recently announced the introduction of Arm v9 architecture.  Arm v9 “is the first new Arm architecture in a decade, building on …

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Arm’s Solution to the Future Needs of AI, Security and Specialized Computing is v9

News highlights: The new Armv9 architecture will form the leading edge of the next 300 billion Arm-based chips Advances specialized processing built on the economics, design freedom and accessibility advantages of general-purpose compute Delivers greater performance, enhanced security and DSP and ML capabilities Cambridge, UK, March 30, 2021 – Today, Arm introduced the Arm®v9 architecture …

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The Arm Ecosystem Ships a Record 6.7 Billion Arm-based Chips in a Single Quarter

In the fourth quarter of 2020 (Arm FY Q320): Arm reported its silicon partners shipped in the prior quarter a record 6.7 billion Arm-based chips, which equates to ~842 chips shipped per second. To-date, Arm partners have shipped more than 180 billion Arm-based chips Arm continues to be the leading architecture for IoT and embedded …

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Arm’s Powerful Compute and Graphics Platform at the Heart of the New Samsung Exynos 2100

News highlights: Arm’s next-generation mobile solution is powering the new Samsung Exynos 2100 SoC, an early adopter of the new Arm Cortex-X1 CPU in a tri-cluster, octa-core configuration, and optimized for 5nm Delivering over 30% multi-tasking performance improvement and exceptional battery life to take premium smartphone experiences to the next level Partnership highlights technology innovation …

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“Machine Learning for the Real World: What is Acceptable Accuracy, and How Can You Achieve It?,” a Presentation from Arm

Tim Hartley, Director of Product and Marketing at Arm, presents the “Machine Learning for the Real World: What is Acceptable Accuracy, and How Can You Achieve It?” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. The benefits of running machine learning at the edge are widely accepted, and today’s low-power edge devices are already showing …

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Telechips Selects the Latest Arm IP for Its Next-generation Automotive SoC

News highlights: The new Telechips Dolphin5 automotive SoC is based on an Arm heterogeneous compute solution comprised of CPU, GPU and NPU IP Telechips joins Arm Flexible Access program which includes access to several Arm IP safety packages Cambridge, UK – December 14, 2020 – Arm today announced that Telechips, a leading global fabless semiconductor …

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Latest NPU Adds to Arm’s AI Platform Performance, Applicability, and Efficiency

News Highlights: Adding to the success of Arm’s microNPU product line, Arm Ethos-U65 maintains the power efficiency of the Ethos-U55, while extending its applicability to Arm Cortex-A- and Arm Neoverse-based systems Continued support for existing software and toolchains to provide a single, unified developer experience Expanded technology partnership with NXP to deliver energy-efficient, cost-effective AI …

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New Arm Technologies Enable Safety-capable Computing Solutions for an Autonomous Future

News Highlights: New solutions offer a step change in compute for autonomous systems in automotive and industrial automation, which Arm believes will be an $8 billion silicon opportunity in 2030 Designed with safety first: Arm Cortex-A78AE is Arm’s highest performance CPU with safety, Arm Mali-G78AE is Arm’s first safety capable GPU, and Arm Mali-C71AE enables …

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