Cambridge superchip architect Arm is delivering on its Total Solutions for IoT roadmap by fast-tracking delivery of two breakthrough advancements
As part of the expanded roadmap, Arm is launching the Arm Cortex-M85 processor – the highest-performing and most secure Cortex-M to date – and expanding Arm Virtual Hardware to more platforms, including third party devices, to make the development process more accessible.
Mohamed Awad, vice-president of IoT and Embedded at Arm, said: “Developers drive the future of the IoT but they face an ever-increasing demand for higher performance, increased security and less complex development flows.
“The IoT runs on Arm and we have a responsibility to create greater opportunities for IoT innovation and scale by continually raising the bar on performance, simplified development and software reuse for our ecosystem.”
When Arm Total Solutions for IoT launched six months ago it signified a radical shift in the design approach for the IoT and embedded markets, combining hardware IP, platform software, machine learning models, tools and much more to simplify development and accelerate product design.
At the heart of Total Solutions is Arm Corstone™, a pre-integrated, pre-verified IP subsystem that frees silicon designers to focus their time and efforts on differentiation.
The newly-launched Arm Total Solution for Cloud Native Edge Devices is the first designed for Cortex-A and based on Corstone-1000.
It makes the power and potential of platform operating systems like Linux easily available to IoT developers for the first time. It allows application-class workloads to be developed for devices such as smart wearables, gateways, and high-end smart cameras.