ARM is a family of bi-endian, fixed-length instruction set architectures and extensions. The ARM architecture is widely used in the mobile and embedded markets. Today, ARM-based implementations are designed by a number of companies including ARM Holdings, Qualcomm, Apple, and AppliedMicro.
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