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CES: ARM unveils latest safety critical core for auto market

With smartphone saturation a concern, and low power IoT devices inherently being  low margin products, ARM has 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 cash, the chip IP designer’s focus has shifted further towards the data center and automotive markets. A new safety critical chip design was revealed, ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week. This is 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 core with the integrated safety features that will make it an option for…

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