Arm is delivering on its Total Solutions for IoT roadmap, with two new solutions for Arm Cortex-M and Cortex-A processors, streamlining and accelerating the IoT and embedded development process. As part of the expanded roadmap, the company is launching the Arm Cortex-M85 processor, the highest-performing and most secure Cortex-M to date, and expanding Arm Virtual Hardware to more platforms, including 3rd party devices, to make the development process more accessible.
The new Arm Total Solution for Cloud Native Edge Devices is designed for Cortex-A and is based on Corstone-1000. It makes the power and potential of platform operating systems like Linux easily available to IoT developers. It allows application-class workloads to be developed for devices such as smart wearables, gateways, and high-end smart cameras. Moreover, Corstone-1000 is Arm SystemReady-IR compliant and features a hardware secure enclave that supports PSA Certified for a higher level of security.
Arm’s new Total Solution for Voice Recognition is based on the Corstone-310 subsystem. It is pre-integrated with the new Cortex-M85 and the Arm Ethos-U55 to create Arm’s highest ever performance MCU-based design. The solution is targeted at use-cases ranging from smart speakers and thermostats to drones and factory robots. Developers can also take the Corstone-310 and create a whole range of additional high-performance products by combining it with different reference software.