Arm technology is at the heart of a computing and data revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate. Our energy-efficient processor designs and software platforms have enabled advanced computing in more than 215 billion chips and our technologies securely power products from the sensor to the smartphone and the supercomputer. Together with 1,000+ technology partners we are at the forefront of designing, securing and managing all areas of AI-enhanced connected compute from the chip to the cloud.
Viewpoints: New Developments in Windows on Arm
Host Bill Sikkens chats with Microsoft Senior Product Manager Lead Richard Turner and Arm Director of Strategic Partnerships David Whaley about recent acceleration of the momentum of Windows-on-Arm, including the new tools and hardware available to enable more apps to switch to Arm. Developer interest in Windows-on-Arm is soaring, according to a new survey (https://armkeil.blob.core.windows.net/developer/Files/pdf/report/arm-developer-attitude-to-windows-on-arm-report.pdf). Check out why in this episode.
Viewpoints: SpiNNaker 2: Building a Brain with 10 Million CPUs
Hosted by Geof Wheelwright, this Arm Viewpoints episode goes deep with Professor Steve Furber and Professor Christian Mayr, to learn more about the SpiNNaker projects, spiking neural networks and what the future holds for this AI technology.
Viewpoints: The Potential of AI and Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has begun to transform applications and fuel innovation. But to really accelerate the technology’s potential, an ecosystem with hardware, software, tools and strategic partners is required to deliver more diverse, efficient and specialized solutions.
In this episode, Geof Wheelwright speaks with Dennis Laudick, vice president of marketing at Arm. The conversation covers advancements in AI over the past year, the role specialized compute plays in enabling flexible approaches to run AI workloads efficiency from cloud to endpoint, how the Arm ecosystem is working to enable AI and examples of advanced AI in action.
Viewpoints: Why Certification is Essential for Digital Security
Viewpoints host Geof Wheelwright is joined by David Maidment, Senior Director of Secure Device Ecosystem at Arm. David and Geof discuss the mission of PSA Certified, why certification, verification and accountability are essential for the future of IoT Security. The pair will also discuss the findings from the PSA Certified research report, The Turning Point for IoT Security 2022: The Year of Change.
Viewpoints: ADAS and the Vision of Automotive Safety
Previously seen as a premium feature in expensive cars, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are being rapidly expanded into more affordable automotive tiers to support vehicle driving and parking functions such as surround view systems, adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance and lane departure warnings.
ADAS features require safety-capable image processing technology to support both human and machine vision applications and to address this market, the Arm Mali-C78AE image signal processor is able to process data from up to four real-time or 16 virtual cameras to support Arm’s vision to optimize performance, minimize power consumption and provide a clear focus to functional safety for ADAS.
In this episode, Geof Wheelwright is joined by Graeme Voller, Senior Product Manager for Arm’s Automotive and IoT team, and Andy Hanvey, Director of Automotive Marketing, OMNIVISION. The group will discuss ADAS, image signal processing, and the importance of functional safety. In addition to this they will dig deeper into the recent announcement of Arm Mali-G78AE GPU and what it offers the market.
Viewpoints: Building a More Connected World
In this episode, Geof Wheelwright is joined by Eddie Ramirez, Vice President of Go-to-Market for Arm’s Infrastructure Business. The pair discuss the landscape of the 5G market, whether 5G is different to other standards, what changes could happen in how infrastructure gets built and the role Arm and its ecosystem is playing towards building a more connected world.