Arm is the leading technology provider of processor IP, offering the widest range of processors to address the performance, power, and cost requirements of every device. Arm CPUs and NPUs include Cortex-A, Cortex-M, Cortex-R, Neoverse, Ethos and SecurCore.
The foundation of a global ecosystem of technology innovators, we empower the world's most successful business and consumer brands. So far, thousands of partners have embedded 240+ billion Arm-based chips in products that connect people, enhance the human experience, and make anything possible. About 70% of the world's population use Arm-based technology across all markets.
Arm is a British semiconductor and software design company based in Cambridge, England. Its primary business is in the design of ARM processors (CPUs). It also designs other chips, provides software development tools under the DS-5, RealView and Keil brands, and provides systems and platforms, system-on-a-chip (SoC) infrastructure and software. As a "holding" company, it also holds shares of other companies.
Arm’s foundational technology is defining the future of computing. A future built by the greatest technology ecosystem in the world. A future built on Arm. Arm is everywhere technology matters.
Arm SystemReady, formerly named Arm ServerReady, is a certification program that helps land the generic off-the-shelf operating systems and hypervisors on to the Arm-based systems from datacenter servers to industrial edge and IoT devices. The key building blocks of the program are the specifications for minimum hardware and firmware requirements that the operating systems and hypervisors can rely upon.
From the unmissable to the invisible, our advanced processor designs have enabled 180 billion Arm technology-based chips to date (that’s 125 products shipped every second!) Founded by a dozen engineers working from a converted barn in Cambridge 30 years ago, we have grown to over 7000 employees in offices across the globe and aim to power a trillion IoT devices by 2035.
The Arm Foundry program is a partnership between Arm Holdings and fabricators of semiconductors, such as Taiwan-based TSMC and US-based Intel, giving licensees multiple options for producing ...
SoftBank has dropped its plans to sell the British semiconductor and software design company Arm to U.S. chipmaker Nvidia. The Federal Trade Commission had sued to block the $40 billion deal.
ARM Holdings has been often described as the UK's leading technology company. And while it might not be a household name, many products that qualify rely on the Cambridge company's brainpower.
The new company formed by Acorn and Apple to carry out the design was also called ARM, which now, “following a judicious modification of the acronym expansion”, stood for Advanced Risc Machine.