Earlier this week, Arm debuted several new products for its internet of things (IoT) portfolio, including its highest-performing Cortex-M microcontroller yet. The new updates span Arm’s Total Solutions for IoT roadmap and target applications such as cloud-native edge devices and voice recognition. Overall, Arm’s goal is to support the IoT ecosystem, which ranges from sensors to industrial applications.
Arm launched its Total Solutions for IoT half a year ago with the plans to deliver a full-stack solution to accelerate IoT development. The platform combines IP, software, machine learning (ML) and other tools for product design. As is common in Arm’s business model, the company is focused on providing common hardware IP that allows developers to innovate in areas of differentiation. Here, the core of its IoT platform is Arm Corstone as a pre-integrated and pre-verified IP subsystem.
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