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ARM keeps net cast wide with new automotive designs

With smartphone saturation a concern, and low-power IoT devices inherently being a low-margin product, ARM turned its attention to all manner of other applications, as ways to grow its business. With a bit more freedom these days, thanks to new owner SoftBank’s ethos, the chip designer’s focus has landed firmly on the data center and automotive markets. A new safety-critical chip has been revealed, ahead of the now-pretty-much-a-car-show CES, the latest addition to ARM’s Safety Ready family. The ‘Automotive Enhanced’ (AE) processor, the Cortex-A65AE, has been designed in a 7nm process, and is ARM’s first multithreaded processor with the integrated safety features that will make it an option for automotive systems that have to meet stringent regulations. The Cortex-A65AE is…

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