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Arm Introduces New Image Signal Processor to Advance Vision Systems for IoT and Embedded Markets - NewsJune 13, 2022
With increased demand for more and higher quality image processing in future devices, Arm’s ISP technology, the Mali-C55 ISP, is the smallest and most configurable ISP from Arm to date and has its first public licensee, Renesas.
Arm’s Total Solution to the Hardware/Software Co-Design Challenge Continues to Evolve - StoryMay 25, 2022
Everyone has had a conversation with that experienced engineer or tenured member of the technical staff who’s said, “IoT is nothing new. I’ve been doing that for [insert number of decades], we just called it [insert connected embedded/M2M/other term implying networked equipment].” It’s eye roll-inducing. And it’s wrong.
ADLINK’s Ampere Altra Developer Platform with Arm SystemReady Certification - NewsApril 07, 2022
ADLINK Technology announced the availability of the Ampere Altra Developer Platform based on the COM-HPC Ampere Altra module, the world’s first 32/64/80-core COM-HPC based server type module with the performance and scalability necessary to drive a variety of use cases across the cloud-to-edge development communities.
Arm Introduces New Automotive Image Signal Processor for Driver Assistance and Automation Technologies - NewsFebruary 18, 2022
Arm announced the addition of Mali-C78AE ISP to its portfolio of IP specifically developed to meet the performance and safety needs of automotive applications.
COM-HPC Has the Chops to Drive Today’s HPC Applications — ADLINK Ampere Alta Module is Proof - BlogFebruary 09, 2022
Embedded systems are specified for varying requirements, typically based on the application it will drive. It could be long life, low power, small size, or maximum compute power. If your application fits the latter category—maximum compute power—then the ADLINK Technology COM-HPC Ampere Altra server module likely fits the bill for you.
NVIDIA and SoftBank Group Announce Termination of NVIDIA’s Acquisition of Arm Limited - NewsFebruary 08, 2022
NVIDIA and SoftBank Group Corp. (SBG or SoftBank) announced the termination of the transaction whereby NVIDIA would acquire Arm Limited (“Arm”) from SBG. The parties agreed to terminate the Agreement because of significant regulatory challenges preventing the consummation of the transaction, despite good faith efforts by the parties.
5G & Standardized Sensors: Let the Edge Scaling Commence! - PodcastFebruary 03, 2022
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich ponder the possible reasons NVIDIA’s acquisition of Arm is on the brink of collapse.