About the partner:
The ARM University Program connects educational and research institutions to a variety of ARM materials, including development tools and platforms, IP, and starting points. Students and faculty members involved in university courses or projects concentrating on ARM technologies can benefis from:
- On system-on-chip (SoC) design
- Computer architecture
- Embedded systems development
- Assembly programming
Who is ARM?
ARM Holdings is the industry’s leading provider of microprocessor IP. Unlike many semiconductor
companies, ARM does not manufacture microprocessors or microcontrollers. Rather it licenses its processor IP to most of the leading semiconductor silicon manufacturers. Over 26 billion ARM processors have been shipped since the company was formed in 1990. ARM offers a wide range of processor IP based on a common architecture that delivers high performance together with low-power consumption and system cost. More than 250 companies are currently licensed to use ARM
processor cores, making experience with ARM a distinguishing asset for graduating students. Many leading educators, such as University of Michigan, Purdue University, Durham University, and University of Luebeck have already transitioned to ARM processors, ARM Physical IP, and
modern development tools in their academic curriculum and research. The ARM University Program reduces the initial adoption and migration overhead for universities by filtering the vast amount of academic choices down to the most effective, lowest-cost options available.
- Embedded System Design and Programming
- Internet of Things
- Digital Signal Processing
How to avail the benefits:
For more details regarding this program, contact Technical Hub