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ARM Holdings
ARM logo.svg
Type Public
Founded November 27, 1990
Founder Jamie Urquhart
Mike Muller
Tudor Brown
Lee Smith
John Biggs
Harry Oldham
Dave Howard
Pete Harrod
Harry Meekings
Al Thomas
Andy Merritt
Headquarters Cambridge, England
Website http://www.arm.com

ARM Holdings, usually simply ARM, is a British multinational semiconductor and software design company. ARM was spun-off from Acorn Computers in November 1990 as Advanced RISC Machines, Ltd. (ARM, Ltd.) as a joint venture between Acorn Computers, Apple Computer, and VLSI Technology.

Design Groups[edit]

Arm processors can largely be grouped into the three design teams that design them in parallel:

Microarchitectures[edit]

Classic[edit]

  • ARM4 & ARM5 would've been during the time Acorn was spun off as ARM Holdings. The two versions were skipped.

Cortex[edit]

Real-Time:

Storage/Modem:

Functional Safety:

Microcontroller:

LP/Area:

Performance/efficiency:

High Performance:

FPGA:

Mainstream:

ULP:

Little:

Mid-Range

Big:

Autonomous Machines:

Neoverse[edit]

Servers:

Performance

Throughput

GPUs[edit]

Other[edit]

Architectures[edit]

GPU:

ISAs[edit]

Other topics[edit]

See Also[edit]

Facts about "ARM Holdings"
company typepublic +
foundedNovember 27, 1990 +
founderJamie Urquhart +, Mike Muller +, Tudor Brown +, Lee Smith +, John Biggs +, Harry Oldham +, Dave Howard +, Pete Harrod +, Harry Meekings +, Al Thomas + and Andy Merritt +
full page namearm holdings +
headquartersCambridge, England +
instance ofsemiconductor company +
nameARM Holdings +
websitehttp://www.arm.com +
wikidata idQ296782 +