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Green Hills Software Collaborates with Arm to Enable Arm Cortex-A78AE in High-Performance Critical Embedded Systems - News

October 21, 2021

The offering includes the Green Hills INTEGRITY real-time operating system (RTOS) and C/C++ development tools to provide a certified safe and secure software foundation for SoC manufacturers and end-customers to utilize the Cortex-A78AE core.

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OctoML Accelerates ML Innovation Across Arm Hardware and Embedded Environments - News

October 21, 2021

OctoML announced a collaboration with Arm to deploy next-generation machine learning (ML) applications and models across its suite of hardware.


Arm Announces New Software Architecture and Reference Implementation for the Automotive Industry - News

September 20, 2021

Arm, in collaboration with leaders across the automotive supply chain, announced it is delivering a new software architecture and reference implementation, Scalable Open Architecture for Embedded Edge (SOAFEE), and two new reference hardware platforms to accelerate the software-defined future of automotive.


You Will Be Hacked. Be Ready For It - Story

June 23, 2021

When I started the research for this article, I was looking for how OEMs could keep their systems safe from hackers. By the time I finished the research, it became clear to me that my vision was not accurate. You can not design a system that can’t breached, unless it’s one that does not connect to the outside world.


SEMIFIVE Collaborates with Arm to Accelerate its Custom SoC Designs - News

May 19, 2021

Arm announced that SEMIFIVE, a silicon design solutions provider, has joined the Arm ecosystem to accelerate the deployment of application-optimized custom SoC designs built on Arm technology.

AI & Machine Learning

Pandemic Doesn’t Impact Plans to Implement AI Initiatives - Product

April 26, 2021

The economic and social effects of the pandemic have done little to dent plans around deploying AI, according to a survey of business leaders.

AI & Machine Learning

The New Chips on the Block - Part 1 - Podcast

April 09, 2021

Armv9 is here, and although it took nearly 10 years to arrive, it comes right at a major inflection point in the semiconductor industry where all of the major chipmakers have started dabbling in processor architectures outside of their heritage. The implications of this are currently being felt in more advanced use cases like the data center and high-performance computing, but the roadmap decisions of today – such as the massive emphasis on AI and ML workload processing in Armv9 that will surely continue under NVIDIA leadership – will  have significant ramifications for the embedded systems of tomorrow. And, oh yeah, what does NVIDIA’s potential stewardship of Arm mean for NVIDIA competitors who also happen to be Arm licensees, like Intel and Xilinix? Brandon and Rich discuss.