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  • Cortex-A57  The Cortex-A57 processor is ARM’s highest performing processor, designed to further extend the capabilities of future mobile and enterprise computing applications including compute intensive 64-bit applications such as high end computer, tablet and server products.
  • Cortex-A53  The Cortex-A53 processor is an extremely power efficient ARMv8 processor capable of supporting 32-bit and 64-bit code seamlessly. It makes use of a highly efficient 8-stage in-order pipeline balanced with advanced fetch and data access techniques for performance. It fits in a power and area footprint suitable for entry level smartphones, at the same time, capable of delivering high aggregate performance in scalable enterprise systems via high core density.
  • Cortex-A15  The Cortex-A15 processor delivers unprecedented flexibility and processing capability. As with ARM’s heritage, this processor is designed with advanced power reduction techniques, and enables compelling products in a wide range of new and existing ARM markets ranging from mobile computing, high-end digital home, servers and wireless infrastructure.
  • Cortex-A9  The Cortex-A9 processor is the power-efficient and popular high performance choice in low power or thermally constrained cost-sensitive devices. It is currently shipping in increasing volumes in smartphones, digital TV, consumer and enterprise applications enabling your connected life.
  • Cortex-A8  The Cortex-A8 processor, based on the ARMv7 architecture, has the ability to scale in speed from 600MHz to greater than 1GHz. The Cortex-A8 processor can meet the requirements for power-optimized mobile devices needing operation in less than 300mW; and performance-optimized consumer applications requiring 2000 Dhrystone MIPS.
  • Cortex-A7  The Cortex-A7 processor is the most efficient application processor ARM has ever developed and dramatically extends ARM’s low-power leadership in future entry level smart phones, tablets and other advanced mobile devices.
  • Cortex-A5  The Cortex-A5 processor is the smallest, lowest cost and lowest power ARMv7 application processor capable of delivering the internet to the widest possible range of devices: from low-cost entry-level smartphones, feature phones and smart mobile devices, to pervasive embedded, consumer and industrial devices.
  • Cortex-R7  The Cortex-R7 processor provides a high-performance dual-core, real-time solution for a wide range of deeply embedded applications. The Cortex-R7 processor brings much higher levels of performance to the Cortex-R series of processors through the introduction of new technology including out-of-order instruction execution and dynamic register re-naming, combined with improved branch prediction, superscalar execution capability and faster hardware support for divide, DSP and floating point functions.
  • Cortex-R5  The Cortex-R5 processor provides a high performance solution for real-time applications in markets including mobile baseband, automotive, mass storage, industrial and medical. The processor, based on the ARMv7R architecture, provides a simple migration path from the Cortex-R4 processor, and onwards to the higher performance Cortex-R7 processor.
  • Cortex-R4  The Cortex-R4 Processor is the first deeply embedded real-time processor based on the ARMv7-R architecture. It is for use in high-volume, deeply embedded System-on-Chip applications, for example, hard disk drive controllers, wireless baseband processors, consumer products and electronic control units for automotive systems.
  • Cortex-M4  The Cortex-M4 processor is the latest embedded processor by ARM specifically developed to address digital signal control markets that demand an efficient, easy-to-use blend of control and signal processing capabilities.
  • Cortex-M3  The Cortex-M3 processor is the industry-leading 32-bit processor for highly deterministic real-time applications, specifically developed to enable partners to develop high-performance low-cost platforms for a broad range of devices including microcontrollers, automotive body systems, industrial control systems and wireless networking and sensors.
  • Cortex-M1  The Cortex-M1 Processor is the first ARM processor designed specifically for implementation in FPGAs. The Cortex-M1 processor targets all major FPGA devices and includes support for leading FPGA synthesis tools, allowing the designer to choose the optimal implementation for each project. The Cortex-M1 processor enables OEMs to achieve significant cost savings through rationalization of software and tools investments across multiple projects spanning FPGA, ASIC and ASSP, plus greater vendor independence through use of an industry-standard processor.
  • Cortex-M0+  The Cortex-M0+ processor is the most energy efficient ARM processor available. It builds on the very successful Cortex-M0 processor, retaining full instruction set and tool compatibility, while further reducing energy consumption and increasing performance. Along with the Cortex-M0 processor, the exceptionally small silicon area, low power and minimal code footprint of these processors enable developers to achieve 32-bit performance at an 8-bit price point, bypassing the step to 16-bit devices.
  • Cortex-M0  The Cortex-M0 processor is the smallest ARM processor available. The exceptionally small silicon area, low power and minimal code footprint of the processor enables developers to achieve 32-bit performance at an 8-bit price point, bypassing the step to 16-bit devices. The ultra-low gate count of the Cortex-M0 processor also enables its deployment in analog and mixed signal devices.
  • SC000  The SC000 processor is designed specifically for the highest volume smartcard and embedded security applications. The SC000 combines the proven security features of ARM SecurCore processors, currently the most widely licensed 32-bit CPU for smartcards worldwide, with leadership technology from the Cortex-M0 processor. The SC000 processor’s ultra low power footprint makes it an ideal choice for a range of contactless and NFC applications.
  • SC100  The SC100 processor provides the lowest cost introduction to 32-bit ARM secure technology, and enables existing 8 and 16-bit smart card products to migrate to the 32-bit ARM platform easily. The SC100 processor is based on the ARM7 processor family, the world’s most successful 32-bit processor.
  • SC300  The SC300 processor provides the most secure and energy efficient solution to meet challenging design goals for both contact and contactless operation, whilst at the same time delivering high performance. The SC300 processor is based on the Corte-M3 processor, leveraging its excellent mix of architectural features, high performance and very low costs. It uses the Thumb®-2 instruction set, delivering 32-bit high performance at 16-bit levels of code density.
  • ARM11  The ARM11 processor family provides the engine that powers many smartphones in production today and is also widely used in consumer, home, and embedded applications. It delivers extreme low power and a range of performance from 350 MHz in small area designs up to 1 GHz in speed-optimized designs in 45 and 65 nm.
  • ARM9  The ARM9 processor family enables single processor solutions for microcontroller, DSP and Java applications, offering savings in chip area and complexity, power consumption, and time-to-market.The ARM9 DSP-enhanced processors are well suited for applications requiring a mix of DSP and microcontroller performance.
  • ARM7  The ARM7 processor family (ARM7TDMI(S) and ARM7EJ-S) is not recommended for new designs. While the ARM7 processor family continues to be used today for simple 32-bit devices, newer embedded designs are increasingly making use of latest ARM processors such as the Cortex-M0 and Cortex-M3 processors, both of which offer significant technical enhancements over the ARM7 family.

ARM Cortex Application Processors

Cortex™-A and Cortex-A50 Series - High performance processors for open Operating Systems

Cortex application processors deliver exceptional 32-bit performance with the new Cortex-A50 series combined 32-bit and 64-bit performance, enabling the next generation of mobile internet devices. The processors are available in single-core and multi-core varieties, delivering up to four processing units with optional NEON™ multimedia processing blocks and advanced Floating Point execution units.

Applications include

  • Smartphones
  • Smartbooks & Netbooks
  • eBook Readers
  • Digital TV
  • Home Gateways
  • Huge array of additional products

ARM Cortex Real-time Embedded Processors

Cortex-R Series - Exceptional performance for real-time applications

Cortex Real-time Embedded processors have been developed for deeply embedded real-time applications where the need for low power and good interrupt behaviour are balanced with exceptional performance and strong compatibility with existing platforms.

Applications include

  • Automotive braking systems
  • Powertrain solutions
  • Mass storage controller
  • Networking & Printing

ARM Cortex Embedded Processors

Cortex-M Series - Cost-sensitive solutions for deterministic microcontroller applications

Cortex-M series processors have been developed primarily for the microcontroller domain where the need for fast, highly deterministic, interrupt management is coupled with the desire for extremely low gate count and lowest possible power consumption.

Applications include

  • Microcontrollers
  • Mixed signal devices
  • Smart sensors
  • Automotive body electronics and airbags

ARM Specialist Processors

SecurCore™ - Processors for high security applications
FPGA Cores - Processors for FPGA

ARM Specialist Processors are designed to meet the demanding needs of specific markets. SecurCore processors are utilized within the security markets for mobile SIMs and identification applications and integrate numerous technologies to detect and avoid security attacks while delivering outstanding performance.

ARM also develops processors for FPGA fabrics, enabling users to rapidly reach market while maintaining compatibility with traditional ARM devices. Additionally the fabric independent nature of these processors enables developers to choose the target device which is right for their application rather than be locked to a specific vendor.

Classic Processors

ARM Classic processors include the ARM11™, ARM9™ and ARM7™ processor families. These processors are still widely licensed around the globe, providing cost-effective solutions for many of today's applications.

With over 20 billion devices in the market, developers have assurance their processor meets the exacting nature of their applications and can leverage the mature tools ecosystem that has evolved over 20 years.

Reference: ARM Limited

  • Cortex-A57  The Cortex-A57 processor is ARM’s highest performing processor, designed to further extend the capabilities of future mobile and enterprise computing applications including compute intensive 64-bit applications such as high end computer, tablet and server products.
  • Cortex-A53  The Cortex-A53 processor is an extremely power efficient ARMv8 processor capable of supporting 32-bit and 64-bit code seamlessly. It makes use of a highly efficient 8-stage in-order pipeline balanced with advanced fetch and data access techniques for performance. It fits in a power and area footprint suitable for entry level smartphones, at the same time, capable of delivering high aggregate performance in scalable enterprise systems via high core density.
  • Cortex-A15  The Cortex-A15 processor delivers unprecedented flexibility and processing capability. As with ARM’s heritage, this processor is designed with advanced power reduction techniques, and enables compelling products in a wide range of new and existing ARM markets ranging from mobile computing, high-end digital home, servers and wireless infrastructure.
  • Cortex-A9  The Cortex-A9 processor is the power-efficient and popular high performance choice in low power or thermally constrained cost-sensitive devices. It is currently shipping in increasing volumes in smartphones, digital TV, consumer and enterprise applications enabling your connected life.
  • Cortex-A8  The Cortex-A8 processor, based on the ARMv7 architecture, has the ability to scale in speed from 600MHz to greater than 1GHz. The Cortex-A8 processor can meet the requirements for power-optimized mobile devices needing operation in less than 300mW; and performance-optimized consumer applications requiring 2000 Dhrystone MIPS.
  • Cortex-A7  The Cortex-A7 processor is the most efficient application processor ARM has ever developed and dramatically extends ARM’s low-power leadership in future entry level smart phones, tablets and other advanced mobile devices.
  • Cortex-A5  The Cortex-A5 processor is the smallest, lowest cost and lowest power ARMv7 application processor capable of delivering the internet to the widest possible range of devices: from low-cost entry-level smartphones, feature phones and smart mobile devices, to pervasive embedded, consumer and industrial devices.

ARM Application Processors

Application Processors are defined by the processor's ability to execute complex operating systems, such as Linux, Android / Chrome, Microsoft Windows (CE/Embedded).
This class of processors integrates a Memory Management Unit (MMU) to manage the memory requirements of these complex OSs and enable the download and execution of third party software.

Applications for this class of processor include

  • Smartphones
  • Feature Phones
  • Tablets / eReaders
  • Advanced Personal Media Players
  • Digital Television
  • Set-top Boxes & Satellite Receivers
  • High-End Printers
  • Personal Navigation Devices
  • Server
  • Enterprise

A wide choice of application processors is available enabling Partners to choose the solution that fits the specific criteria of their application based on desired performance, die area, size, dynamic and static power, and other considerations. All of these processors are binary compatible enabling the development of highly portable applications that, by promoting code reuse, can significantly reduce engineering costs, and speed applications to market.
Single and multicore processors, such as the Cortex-A8, Cortex-A9, Cortex-A5, Cortex-A7, Cortex-A15, Cortex-A53 and Cortex-A57 processors deliver extended performance and scalability by enabling up to four cores to be implemented in a single symmetric or asymmetric system, alongside a global interrupt handler and snoop control units. The Cortex-A50 series processors extend the performance of the Cortex-A series with the ability to execute 64-bit instructions.

Reference: ARM Limited

  • Cortex-R7  The Cortex-R7 processor provides a high-performance dual-core, real-time solution for a wide range of deeply embedded applications. The Cortex-R7 processor brings much higher levels of performance to the Cortex-R series of processors through the introduction of new technology including out-of-order instruction execution and dynamic register re-naming, combined with improved branch prediction, superscalar execution capability and faster hardware support for divide, DSP and floating point functions.
  • Cortex-R5  The Cortex-R5 processor provides a high performance solution for real-time applications in markets including mobile baseband, automotive, mass storage, industrial and medical. The processor, based on the ARMv7R architecture, provides a simple migration path from the Cortex-R4 processor, and onwards to the higher performance Cortex-R7 processor.
  • Cortex-R4  The Cortex-R4 Processor is the first deeply embedded real-time processor based on the ARMv7-R architecture. It is for use in high-volume, deeply embedded System-on-Chip applications, for example, hard disk drive controllers, wireless baseband processors, consumer products and electronic control units for automotive systems.

ARM Embedded Real-time Processors

Embedded Real-time processors are primarily focused on delivering highly deterministic real-time behavior in a wide range of power sensitive applications. These processors often execute a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) alongside user-developed application code requiring only a Memory Protection Unit (MPU) as opposed to the MMU available in the Application Processors.

Cortex-R Series Features

  • High performanc –

    for rapid execution of complex code and
    DSP functionality
  • Real-time –

    deterministic operation to ensure responsiveness
    and high throughput
  • Safe –

    detect errors and maintain reliable system operation
  • Cost effective –

    configuration to include/exclude features to
    optimize power, performance and area

Applications for this class of processors include

  • Automotive Control Systems
  • Wireless and Wired Sensor Networks
  • Wireless basestation infrastructure
  • Mass Storage Controllers
  • Printers
  • Network Devices

A wide choice of embedded processors is available enabling Partners to choose the solution that fits the specific criteria of their application based on desired performance, determinacy, die area, size, dynamic and static power, and other considerations.
The Cortex-R processor series delivers a roadmap of processors from the single core Cortex-R4, to the Cortex-R5 and Cortex-R7 processors, enabling existing applications to be easily ported to a higher performance platform as application demands progress.

Reference: ARM Limited

  • Cortex-M4  The Cortex-M4 processor is the latest embedded processor by ARM specifically developed to address digital signal control markets that demand an efficient, easy-to-use blend of control and signal processing capabilities.
  • Cortex-M3  The Cortex-M3 processor is the industry-leading 32-bit processor for highly deterministic real-time applications, specifically developed to enable partners to develop high-performance low-cost platforms for a broad range of devices including microcontrollers, automotive body systems, industrial control systems and wireless networking and sensors.
  • Cortex-M1  The Cortex-M1 Processor is the first ARM processor designed specifically for implementation in FPGAs. The Cortex-M1 processor targets all major FPGA devices and includes support for leading FPGA synthesis tools, allowing the designer to choose the optimal implementation for each project. The Cortex-M1 processor enables OEMs to achieve significant cost savings through rationalization of software and tools investments across multiple projects spanning FPGA, ASIC and ASSP, plus greater vendor independence through use of an industry-standard processor.
  • Cortex-M0+  The Cortex-M0+ processor is the most energy efficient ARM processor available. It builds on the very successful Cortex-M0 processor, retaining full instruction set and tool compatibility, while further reducing energy consumption and increasing performance. Along with the Cortex-M0 processor, the exceptionally small silicon area, low power and minimal code footprint of these processors enable developers to achieve 32-bit performance at an 8-bit price point, bypassing the step to 16-bit devices.
  • Cortex-M0  The Cortex-M0 processor is the smallest ARM processor available. The exceptionally small silicon area, low power and minimal code footprint of the processor enables developers to achieve 32-bit performance at an 8-bit price point, bypassing the step to 16-bit devices. The ultra-low gate count of the Cortex-M0 processor also enables its deployment in analog and mixed signal devices.

ARM Embedded Processors

Embedded Processors can provide an optimum solution for very low-power embedded computing applications. Often provided as a “black box” with pre-loaded applications, they have limited capability to expand hardware functionality and in most cases no screen.

Applications for this class of processors include

  • Merchant MCUs
  • Automotive Control Systems
  • Motor Control Systems
  • White Goods controllers
  • Smart Meters
  • Sensors
  • Internet of Things

A wide choice of embedded processors is available enabling Partners to choose the solution that fits the specific criteria of their application based on desired performance, determinacy, die area, size, dynamic and static power, and other considerations.
The Cortex-M processor series has been designed to deliver industry-leading deterministic behavior, lowest sleep and dynamic power, and smallest area possible while maintaining high processing efficiency. The series comprises of Cortex-M0+ procesor for ultra low power performance, the low power Cortex-M0, the general purpose Cortex-M3 processor and the Cortex-M4 processor for digital Signal control applications.

Reference: ARM Limited

  • SC000  The SC000 processor is designed specifically for the highest volume smartcard and embedded security applications. The SC000 combines the proven security features of ARM SecurCore processors, currently the most widely licensed 32-bit CPU for smartcards worldwide, with leadership technology from the Cortex-M0 processor. The SC000 processor’s ultra low power footprint makes it an ideal choice for a range of contactless and NFC applications.
  • SC100  The SC100 processor provides the lowest cost introduction to 32-bit ARM secure technology, and enables existing 8 and 16-bit smart card products to migrate to the 32-bit ARM platform easily. The SC100 processor is based on the ARM7 processor family, the world’s most successful 32-bit processor.
  • SC300  The SC300 processor provides the most secure and energy efficient solution to meet challenging design goals for both contact and contactless operation, whilst at the same time delivering high performance. The SC300 processor is based on the Corte-M3 processor, leveraging its excellent mix of architectural features, high performance and very low costs. It uses the Thumb®-2 instruction set, delivering 32-bit high performance at 16-bit levels of code density.

ARM Secure Processors

SecurCore applications include

  • SIMs
  • Smart Cards
  • Advanced Payment Systems
  • Electronic Passports
  • Electronic Ticketing
  • Transportation

A number of SecurCore™ processors are available enabling Partners to choose the solution that fits the specific criteria of their application based on desired performance, die area, size, dynamic and static power, and other considerations.
The SC000™ processor is based on the ultra low-power Cortex-M0 processor. The SC100™ processor is based on the popular ARM7TDMI® processor. The SC300™ is based on the modern Cortex™-M3 processor, making it ideal for interrupt driven and power sensitive applications.

Reference: ARM Limited

  • ARM11  The ARM11 processor family provides the engine that powers many smartphones in production today and is also widely used in consumer, home, and embedded applications. It delivers extreme low power and a range of performance from 350 MHz in small area designs up to 1 GHz in speed-optimized designs in 45 and 65 nm.
  • ARM9  The ARM9 processor family enables single processor solutions for microcontroller, DSP and Java applications, offering savings in chip area and complexity, power consumption, and time-to-market.The ARM9 DSP-enhanced processors are well suited for applications requiring a mix of DSP and microcontroller performance.
  • ARM7  The ARM7 processor family (ARM7TDMI(S) and ARM7EJ-S) is not recommended for new designs. While the ARM7 processor family continues to be used today for simple 32-bit devices, newer embedded designs are increasingly making use of latest ARM processors such as the Cortex-M0 and Cortex-M3 processors, both of which offer significant technical enhancements over the ARM7 family.

Classic Processors

ARM Classic processors include the ARM11™, ARM9™ and ARM7™ processor families. These processors are still widely licensed around the globe, providing cost-effective solutions for many of today's applications.

With over 20 billion devices in the market, developers have assurance their processor meets the exacting nature of their applications and can leverage the mature tools ecosystem that has evolved over 20 years.

Industry Standard

Classic ARM processors have been available for over 15 years, with the ARM7TDMI® still the highest shipping 32-bit processor on the market. With over 1 Billion devices shipping every quarter, or over 90 per second, and in excess of 500 licenses, this wide range of processors continues to be at the heart of over one quarter of all electronic products shipped today.

Range of Applications

Over 15 Billion Classic ARM processors shipped

The Classic ARM processors consist of three processor families and contain eight processors that continue to be widely licensed today for numerous applications.

ARM7 Family - ARM7TDMI-S™ and ARM7EJ-S™ processors
ARM9 Family - ARM926EJ-S™, ARM946E-S™ and ARM968E-S™ processors
ARM11 Family - ARM1136J(F)-S™, ARM1156T2(F)-S™, ARM1176JZ(F)-S™ and ARM11™MPCore™ processors

Cost Effective

From a single design to perpetual ownership

・Processors are available to license in a number of forms
・Available as per-use, multi-year term, and perpetual use licenses
・Many available as hard-macros to reduce time-to-market and design risks

Reference: ARM Limited

Solution Family Suppliers Product Features

APC

VIA
  • Based on ARM Cortex-A9 SOC, supporting Firefox OS
  • Paper Model(compact system lookes like a book) and Rock Model (board type) are available

Arduino

Arduino
  • Consists of Atmel AVR microcontroller and I/O port
  • With complementary components to facilitate programming and incorporation into other circuits

Armadillo

Armadillo
  • CPU module which employs a ARM processor and Linux OS
  • Easily distributed or put into embedded devices

BeagleBone Black

Circuitco Electronics
  • Based on OMAP3530(ARM Cortex-A8) from TI
  • Can implement the operating system such as Windows CE, Linux, Symbian etc.

ConnectCore

Digi International
  • Based on Freescale's i.MX51 applications processor, highly integrated SOM solution, suitable for long-term use
  • Connectivity of Ethernet, 802.11abg (n) wireless LAN, Bluetooth, etc are available

Galileo

Intel
  • Arduino compatible board with ultra-compact SoC [Quark X1000]
  • 14 digital I/O pins, 6 analog input, 1 serial port, 1ICSP header

Solution-Edge

ANALOG DEVICES
Renesas
  • The best value/solutions provided by Renesas, who shares the top in microcomputer, and Analog Devices, who is the top of signal processing for analog IC

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