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What are Arm Processors?

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edited May 19, 2021 9:09PM in Arm Compute 2 comments

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Arm processors use CPU architectures and designs that power more than 180 billion devices, from smartphones to laptops to servers. Arm Ltd., which is based in Cambridge, UK, designs the processors for others to build or manufacture the actual CPUs. Arm owns the IP and designs, along with the architecture of their instruction sets, such as 64-bit Arm64 (aarch64). Arm partners such as Ampere Computing, Samsung, Apple build CPUs using the design and IP from Arm Limited. With the introduction of 64-bit computing in the Armv8 architecture and Neoverse family, Arm has entered the server market with partners like Ampere

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