Established in 1990, ARM is a leading British semiconductor and software design company based in Cambridge. They specialize in ARM processor (CPUs) designs but also can create other chip components, offer systems and platforms like SoC infrastructure through their trademarked brands such as DS-5, Real-View, and Keil; plus provides advanced development tools for software engineering.

ARM CPUs made their first appearance with Acorn Archimedes. Nowadays, they are predominantly embedded systems that can be found within nearly every modern smartphone around us. Powering devices of all sizes and abilities such as tablets or wearables–processors engineered from ARM’s instruction set architectures have become a common sight today.

Their inventive processor designs and software platforms have enabled 180 billion chips to make the most out of advanced computing. In addition, their technologies are trusted across a variety of products from sensors to supercomputers.