|Introduction||April 29, 2002|
ARM11 is the successor to the ARM10, a low-power performance ARM microarchitecture designed by ARM Holdings for the mobile market. This microarchitecture is designed as an IP core and is sold to other semiconductor companies to be implemented in their own chips. The ARM11 was designed by the Arm Sophia-Antipolis design center.
In 2013 Arm reported 82 licensees. The following were named.
- 0.35 μm process
- 5.55 mm² die size (with cache)
- 2.85 mm² die size (without cache)
- 333-550 MHz max frequency
- 0.8 mW/MHz with cache
- 0.6 mW/MHz without cache