Designs and licenses fast, low-cost, low-power RISC processors, peripherals, and 'system-chips' for embedded control, consumer/educational multimedia, portable systems, Acorn RISC OS PCs, DSP.
ARM's repository of technical documentation on their processors, the heart of all RISC OS boxes.
From Robin Watts, Steven Singer, Mark Smith, David Seal, some others; in multiple formats.
Researching asynchronous computing methods, especially lower electricity use. World's first implementation of a commercial microprocessor architecture (ARM) in asynchronous logic. Micropipeline design style.
ARM-based systems-on-chip, leverage Cirrus' mixed-signal expertise; used in wide range of consumer products: set-top boxes, smartphones, screen phones, network computers, game boxes, handheld digital assistants, 2-way messaging devices.
ARM technology specialists. ARM technology in the South Pacific region.
Growing entry, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
Dedicated to ARM Core Families target port. Goal: collect and maintain references to official GCC pages related to the ARM port, collect results; results, documents, links.
ARM v.5TE instruction set compliant, new microarchitecture: full-featured, low cost, low-power; supports 16-bit Thumb and integrated digital signal processor (DSP) instructions. Develop wide range of Internet devices from one processor core.