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Oct 7, 2021Transmission of Annual Report for the Year Ended June 30, 2021 View   PDFOct 6, 2021ARM | Allied Rental Modaraba - Transmission of Annual Report for the Year Ended 30-06-2021 PDFSep 7, 2021Financial Results for the Year Ended June 30, 2021 View   PDFApr 30, 2021Transmission of Quarterly Report for the Period Ended March 31, 2021 View   PDFApr 28, 2021Financial Results for the Quarter Ended March 31, 2021 View   PDFMar 1, 2021Transmission of Half Yearly Report for the Period Ended 2020-12-31 View   PDFFeb 23, 2021Financial Results for the Half Year Ended December 31, 2020 View   PDFNov 5, 2020Credit of Final Cash Dividend (D-14) for the year ended June 30, 2020 View   Oct 29, 2020Transmission of Quarterly Report for the Period Ended September 30, 2020 View   PDFOct 27, 2020Financial Results for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2020 View   PDF
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News Results for ARM Holdings (ARM)

  • 05 Sep
    09:58

    ARM-SoftBank scheme becomes effective

    The scheme of arrangement for the recommended acquisition of ARM Holdings plc by SoftBank Group Corp has become effective. At 9:58am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was 0p at 1700p...

  • 28 Jul
    09:00

    Broker Forecast - JP Morgan Cazenove issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    JP Morgan Cazenove today reaffirms its neutral investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1700p (from 950p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 27 Jul
    11:29

    FTSE up as investors await US interest rate update

    The main markets traded higher on Wednesday as investors wait for the latest updates on US interest rates. The FTSE 100 was boosted by a surge of positive results and better than expected UK GDP...

  • 27 Jul
    07:49

    ARM Holdings revenue rises

    ARM Holdings said group revenues in the US dollar were up 9% year-on-year (Revenues in Sterling were up 17%) Q2 2016 FINANCIAL SUMMARY - Processor licensing revenues in $ up 14% year-on-year (£...

  • 26 Jul
    08:40

    Broker Forecast - Berenberg issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Berenberg today downgrades its investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) to hold (from buy) and raised its price target to 1700p (from 1400p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 19 Jul
    16:20

    Broker Forecast - Kepler Cheuvreux issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Kepler Cheuvreux today downgrades its investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) to hold (from buy) and raised its price target to 1700p (from 1230p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 19 Jul
    10:40

    Broker Forecast - Beaufort Securities issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Beaufort Securities today downgrades its investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) to hold (from buy). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 19 Jul
    09:10

    Broker Forecast - Citigroup issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Citigroup today reaffirms its neutral investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1700p (from 1090p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 18 Jul
    12:00

    M&A activity pushes FTSE 100 higher

    Increased merger and acquisition activity boosted the FTSE 100 as investors were comforted with further stability following post-Brexit anxiety. The FTSE 100 rose 0.3% to 6,689.88 and the FTSE 250...

  • 18 Jul
    12:00

    Broker Forecast - Peel Hunt issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Peel Hunt today reaffirms its buy investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1700p (from 1200p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 18 Jul
    11:50

    Broker Forecast - Kepler Cheuvreux issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Kepler Cheuvreux today reaffirms its buy investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and set its price target at 1230p. Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 18 Jul
    08:51

    FTSE up as ARM Holdings flies on Softbank offer

    London equities nipped north in early deals as ARM Holding soared ahead of the blue-chip pack on recommending an offer from Softbank Group. Otherwise, house builders, insurers and other financials...

  • 18 Jul
    08:40

    ARM agrees all-cash acquisition by SoftBank

    The boards of directors of SoftBank and ARM Holdings (ARM) announced they reached agreement on terms of a recommended all cash acquisition of the entire share capital of ARM by SoftBank (or a...

  • 13 Jul
    11:50

    Broker Forecast - Deutsche Bank issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Deutsche Bank today reaffirms its hold investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1150p (from 1050p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 06 Jul
    11:30

    Broker Forecast - Barclays Capital issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Barclays Capital today reaffirms its overweight investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1300p (from 1250p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 05 Jul
    15:10

    Broker Forecast - Berenberg issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Berenberg today reaffirms its buy investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1400p (from 1350p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 03 Jun
    09:30

    Broker Forecast - Kepler Cheuvreux issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Kepler Cheuvreux today reaffirms its buy investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1150p (from 1100p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 18 May
    07:52

    ARM Acquires Apical

    ARM has acquired Apical, a global leader in imaging and embedded computer vision technology that will allow next generation devices to understand and act intelligently on information from their...

  • 18 May
    07:06

    FLASH: ARM Acquires Apical

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 06 May
    12:15

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings has announced that, on 5 May 2016, it purchased 150,000 of its own ordinary shares through UBS Limited at a volume weighted average price of 934.5515 pence per share. At 12:15pm:...

  • 05 May
    12:01

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings has announced that, on 4 May 2016, it purchased 150,000 of its own ordinary shares through UBS Limited at a volume weighted average price of 936.2555 pence per share. At 12:01pm:...

  • 03 May
    11:35

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings has announced that, on 29 April 2016, the Company purchased 100,000 of its ordinary shares at a volume weighted average price of 950.0543 pence per share. The purchased shares will all...

  • 21 Apr
    09:00

    Broker Forecast - Citigroup issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Citigroup today reaffirms its neutral investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and raised its price target to 1060p (from 1045p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 20 Apr
    17:08

    FTSE ends mixed as miners guide blue chips north

    Shares in London chimed in the close on a mixed note -- blue chips up a wafer and mid caps down a jot -- with Europe a tickle higher and Wall St also mixed in early deals. Top-100 miners provided...

  • 20 Apr
    12:09

    FTSE down on mixed bag after UK jobless data

    London stocks entrenched their early falls to midday as a mixed bag of financial, leisure, utility and retail-related issues provided ballast that more than offset rises among miners and property....

  • 20 Apr
    09:02

    FTSE ebbs on financials, retail ahead of jobs data

    London equities shied from recent gains as key indices tiptoed south on opening, blue chips being guided lower by a palette of sectors with financials and retail in particular focus. The market is...

  • 20 Apr
    07:48

    ARM's profit rises

    ARM Holdings posts normalised pre-tax profits of GBP137.5m for the first quarter to the end of March - 14% up on last time. Pre-tax profits under IFRS rose by 8% to GBP112.0m. Group revenues in...

  • 20 Apr
    07:10

    FLASH: ARM Holdings profits up

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 18 Apr
    10:20

    Broker Forecast - Jefferies International issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Jefferies International today downgrades its investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) to hold (from buy) and cut its price target to 923p (from 1140p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 03 Mar
    12:26

    ARM Holdings schedules AGM

    ARM Holdings has confirmed that the Company's 2016 Annual General Meeting will be held on 28 April 2016. At 12:26pm: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was +2.5p at 1022.5p Story...

  • 25 Feb
    09:00

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 186,703 ordinary shares yesterday at the volume weighted average price of 940.6944p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:00am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price...

  • 24 Feb
    08:47

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 200,000 ordinary shares yesterday at the volume weighted average price of 949.5625p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:47am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 23 Feb
    14:45

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 13,297 ordinary shares yesterday at the volume weighted average price of 938.7349p apiece to be held in treasury. At 2:45pm: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 23 Feb
    08:40

    Broker Forecast - Peel Hunt issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Peel Hunt today initiates coverage of ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) with a buy investment rating and price target of 1200p. Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 22 Feb
    14:30

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 200,000 ordinary shares on Friday at the volume weighted average price of 936.0837p apiece to be held in treasury. At 2:30pm: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 18 Feb
    09:00

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 200,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 924.3768p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:00am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 17 Feb
    09:53

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 898.3857p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:53am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 16 Feb
    09:17

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 896.5662p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:17am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was +5p...

  • 12 Feb
    10:50

    Broker Forecast - Kepler Cheuvreux issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Kepler Cheuvreux today reaffirms its buy investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and cut its price target to 1100p (from 1200p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 12 Feb
    08:40

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 860.9153p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:40am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 11 Feb
    14:39

    ARM Holdings transfers shares from treasury

    ARM Holdings has confirmed that, on 10 February 2016, the Company transferred 4,819,755 ordinary shares from treasury stock for the purposes of employees' share scheme allotment. At 2:39pm:...

  • 10 Feb
    12:20

    Broker Forecast - Bryan Garnier issues a broker note on ARM Holdings PLC

    Bryan Garnier today reaffirms its buy investment rating on ARM Holdings PLC (LON:ARM) and set its price target at 1310p. Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 10 Feb
    07:54

    ARM Holdings pre-tax profits up

    ARM Holdings' normalised pre-tax profits rose to GBP511.5m in the year to the end of December - 24% up on last time. Revenues in sterling were up 22% at GBP968.3m and in US dollars they were up...

  • 10 Feb
    07:10

    FLASH: ARM Holdings pre-tax profits up

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 21 Oct
    17:04

    FTSE rises on ARM, MERL as PSON, miners taper

    FTSE indices limped to a higher close after a choppy session. News-driven gains in ARM (ARM), Merlin Entertainments (MERL), Sky (SKY) and Reckitt Benckiser (RB.) helped, but these were almost...

  • 21 Oct
    12:00

    FTSE tracks higher on ARM, MERL, SKY and miners

    FTSE indices reversed out of their early funk to be in positive territory to noon thanks to news-driven gains in ARM Holdings (ARM), Merlin Entertainments (MERL), Sky (SKY) and Reckitt Benckiser...

  • 15 Oct
    17:08

    FTSE ends higher on financials, house builders

    FTSE indices ended on the front foot. In a news-laden session it was blue chips ARM (ARM), Unilever (ULVR) and Burberry (BRBY) that were in focus. Financials and house builders divined direction....

  • 15 Oct
    12:07

    FTSE up in news-rich session, ARM, BRBY in focus

    FTSE indices were higher to midday in a session laden with corporate news flow, particularly among blue chips. ARM Holdings (ARM) and Burberry (BRBY) were in focus, as was Unilever (ULVR). Miners,...

  • 10 Sep
    16:35

    Director Deals - ARM Holdings PLC (ARM)

    Andy Green, Non Executive Director, bought 5,250 shares in the company on the 10th September 2015 at a price of 952.96p. The Director now holds 5,250 shares representing 0.00% of the shares in...

  • 10 Sep
    16:35

    Director Deals - ARM Holdings PLC (ARM)

    Andy Green, Non Executive Director, bought 5,250 shares in the company on the 10th September 2015 at a price of 952.96p. The Director now holds 5,250 shares representing 0.00% of the shares in...

  • 10 Sep
    16:15

    Director Deals - ARM Holdings PLC (ARM)

    Stephen Pusey, Non Executive Director, bought 6,329 shares in the company on the 10th September 2015 at a price of 948.00p. The Director now holds 6,329 shares representing 0.00% of the shares in...

  • 02 Sep
    13:59

    ARM Holdings upgraded by JP Morgan

    JP Morgan Cazenove has removed chip-maker ARM Holdings (LON:ARM) from its list of stocks to avoid and switched to a more moderate neutral rating (previously rated as underweight) but added that it...

  • 02 Sep
    13:00

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 910.2478p apiece to be held in treasury. At 1:00pm: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 26 Aug
    09:39

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares yesterday at the volume weighted average price of 893.4944p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:39am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 25 Aug
    08:55

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 300,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 838.8564p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:55am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 19 Aug
    09:06

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 918.0077p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:06am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 18 Aug
    08:14

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares at a volume weighted average price of 913.6546p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:14am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was +2.5p at...

  • 17 Aug
    08:30

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 250,000 ordinary shares on Friday at a volume weighted average price of 920.6339p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:30am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 13 Aug
    09:26

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 200,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 923.9837p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:26am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 12 Aug
    09:58

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 150,000 ordinary shares at a volume weighted average price of 960.2017p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:58am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was -34p at...

  • 11 Aug
    08:46

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 150,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 948.0095p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:46am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 06 Aug
    09:08

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 150,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 953.3936p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:08am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 05 Aug
    08:49

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 150,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 969.0229p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:49am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 04 Aug
    12:05

    FTSE broadly flat as TPK dives and SMIN, MGGT surge

    FTSE indices straddled their starting off levels to midday, the blue chip down a whisker and the mid cap up a jot. A mixed bag of top-100 stocks were piloted south by Travis Perkins (TPK), these...

  • 04 Aug
    08:26

    ARM unveils board and role changes

    ARM Holdings has announced the forthcoming appointment of Lawton Fitt and Stephen Pusey as independent non-executive directors. They will both join the board on 1 September. Fitt will also join the...

  • 30 Jul
    09:58

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 100,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 993.7266p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:58am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 24 Jul
    09:30

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 73,734 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 998.4827p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:30am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 22 Jul
    17:10

    FTSE flops on miners, UK inflation, rate-hike fears

    FTSE indices flopped as fears of an earlier-than-expected rate hike to keep inflation in check by Bank of England took root. ARM Holdings was blue-chip story of the day in a session mired by...

  • 22 Jul
    09:31

    ARM Holdings profits up

    ARM Holdings posts normalised pre-tax profits of £244.4m form the six months to the end of June - 28% up on last time. Pre-tax profits on an IFRS basis rose by 36% to £198.1m. Group revenues...

  • 22 Jul
    07:22

    FLASH: ARM Holdings profits up

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 07 Jul
    12:02

    FTSE fades to noon on supermarkets, house buildiers

    FTSE indices reversed their slender early gains to be down a wafer midday as jawboning over Greece's 'No' vote to an international bailout ramped up. In a so far tepid session it was house...

  • 24 Jun
    13:23

    ARM uopdate on CFO succession

    ARM Holdings has confirmed that Tim Score will retire on 30 June. He will be succeeded by Chris Kennedy, whose appointment was announced on 8 January. Score's intention to retire was announced...

  • 11 Jun
    09:16

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 300,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 1107.6377p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:16am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 27 May
    09:45

    Director Deals - ARM Holdings PLC (ARM)

    Tim Score, Financial Director, has re-invested 66 shares in the company on the 19th May 2015 at a price of 1132.00p. The Director now holds 799,454 shares. Story provided by StockMarketWire.com...

  • 24 Apr
    10:05

    Director Deals - ARM Holdings PLC (ARM)

    Stuart Chambers, Chairman, bought 20,000 shares in the company on the 22nd April 2015 at a price of 1204.00p. The Director now holds 30,000 shares representing 0.00% of the shares in issue. Story...

  • 22 Apr
    12:46

    Brokers' round-up, downgrades for Tate & Lyle and Hargreaves Lansdown

    Liberum Capital repeats sell rating on GlaxoSmithKline, target raised to 1,400p from 1,350p Credit Suisse cuts Tate & Lyle to underperform from neutral, target lowered to 600p from 615p JP...

  • 21 Apr
    16:55

    FTSE closes ahead after uncertain day

    Renewed worries over the Greek debt crisis caused uncertainty on the London markets today. After climbing back over the 7,000 level yesterday the market saw further gains in early trading before...

  • 21 Apr
    11:54

    London shares go into reverse

    Renewed worries over the Greek debt crisis sent London shares into reverse in mid morning. After climbing back over the 7,000 level yesterday the market saw further gains in early trading. But by...

  • 21 Apr
    07:46

    ARM Holdings revenues rise

    ARM Holdings reports an encouraging start to 2015 with more leading companies choosing to deploy its technology in their products. Total dollar revenues in the first quarter were $348.2m, up 14%...

  • 11 Feb
    09:03

    ARM's profits

    ARM Holdings posts normalised pre-tax profits of £411.3m in the year to the end of December - 13% up on last time. Revenues rose by 16% in US dollars to $1,292.6m and by 11% in sterling to...

  • 11 Feb
    07:10

    FLASH: ARM Holdings pre-tax profits up

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 08 Jan
    14:53

    ARM Holdings appoints CFO

    ARM Holdings, the world's leading semiconductor intellectual property supplier, has announced the appointment of Chris Kennedy as chief financial officer. He will succeed Tim Score, who...

  • 06 Nov
    11:35

    Director Deals - ARM Holdings PLC (ARM)

    Tim Score, Financial Director, has re-invested 48 shares in the company on the 27th October 2014 at a price of 8.60p. The Director now holds 883,080 shares. Story provided by StockMarketWire.com...

  • 31 Oct
    09:15

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 91,043 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 824.5412p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:15am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 29 Oct
    08:52

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 300,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 823.5741p apiece to be held in treasury. At 8:52am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 23 Oct
    09:17

    ARM Holdings buys back shares

    ARM Holdings bought back 750,000 ordinary shares yesterday at a volume weighted average price of 823.2620p apiece to be held in treasury. At 9:17am: (LON:ARM) ARM Holdings PLC share price was...

  • 22 Oct
    08:48

    FTSE edges slightly higher in early trading

    FTSE indices opened slightly ahead this morning, with the 250 gaining more ground while the flagship FTSE 100 index was virtually unchanged. Shortly after the open, the FTSE 100 was up 1.29...

  • 21 Oct
    17:08

    FTSE 100 makes strong recovery

    Leading London shares made a strong recovery today following yesterday's declines despite worse than expected UK Government borrowing figures. Investors gave a broad welcome to the latest batch of...

  • 21 Oct
    12:19

    FTSE 100 bounces back

    FTSE indices bounced back this morning following yesterday's declines despite worse than expected UK Government borrowing figures. Investors gave a broad welcome to the latest batch of company...

  • 21 Oct
    08:19

    ARM Holdings pre-tax profits up

    ARM Holdings posts normalised pre-tax profits of £101.2m for the third quarter - 9% up on a year ago. Normalised re-tax profits for the first nine months were also up by 9% at £292.5m. Total...

  • 21 Oct
    07:17

    FLASH: ARM Holdings pre-tax profits up

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 09 Oct
    08:43

    ARM strengthens its board

    ARM Holdings has appointed Dr John Liu as an independent non-executive director with effect from 1 December. Liu is currently an independent non-executive director of Digital China Holdings...

  • 09 Oct
    07:17

    FLASH: ARM strengthens its board

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 04 Aug
    17:15

    Director Deals - ARM Holdings PLC (ARM)

    Tim Score, Financial Director, has transferred in 18,208 shares in the company on the 1st August 2014 at a price of 85.40p. The Director now holds 883,032 shares. Story provided by...

  • 22 Jul
    08:41

    FTSE100 led firmly higher in early deals by resources stocks

    MORNING REPORT: The headline index was firmly higher in early deals today, with investors encouraged by strong gains across Asian bourses today. Resources stocks and financial issues led the...

  • 22 Jul
    07:28

    FLASH: ARM Holdings revenues up

    Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

  • 22 Jul
    07:25

    ARM divi up 20%

    Chip designer ARM Holdings said total dollar revenues in Q2 were $309.6m, up 17% versus Q2 2013. Q2 sterling revenues were £187.1m, up 9% year-on-year. Half-year dollar revenues in 2014...

  • 21 Jul
    08:41

    FTSE100 starts modestly lower with supermarkets in focus

    MORNING REPORT: The headline index was modestly lower in early deals this morning, with markets held back by concerns over growing tensions in Ukraine. Supermarket operators provided the top and...

  • 16 Jul
    08:46

    FTSE100 makes solid start, with Meggitt setting the pace

    MORNING REPORT: The headline index made a solid start to trading today, with M&A chatter at Farnborough pushing specialist engineer Meggitt to the top of the tree, offsetting profit-taking in...

  • 28 May
    09:17

    FTSE100 little changed in early deals this morning

    MORNING REPORT: The headline index was little changed in early deals this morning, with a sparse newsfeed giving investors little encouragement. GlaxoSmithKline slumped on news of an SFO...

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    Nvidia’s planned planned acquisition of Arm Holdings is the biggest semiconductor deal in history. Yet, one of the surprises about Arm’s $40 billion valuation is how small it is.

    Japanese conglomerate SoftBank is offloading Arm, the British chip maker it bought four years ago, for $31.4 billion (also a record), which amounts to a return of about 27%. That lags well behind the 55% gain for the S&P 500 Index of large US companies during that span, not to mention the skyrocketing share price for California-based Nvidia, which has a market capitalization of more than $300 billion.

    Arm’s relatively droopy valuation suggests it hasn’t been optimized under SoftBank’s ownership. Some analysts and investors think the Nvidia deal, while controversial, will ultimately help Arm live up to its potential by providing the company with more resources. Nvidia makes GPUs—the chips that power everything from computer graphics and gaming to artificial intelligence in data centers—while Arm designs the blueprints for processors used for a wide array of purposes, from energy-sipping smartphones to supercomputers.

    “If Arm would have stayed on the stock market it would have been, maybe, the most valuable European technology company,” said Per Roman, managing partner and co-founder of investment firm GP Bullhound, which owns Nvidia shares.

    Arm’s sale to an American company has also revived a long running question—why doesn’t Europe have the kind of tech giants that roam in the US and China? A lot of it probably comes down to money. Scaling quickly can require the kind of aggressive mega investment that’s less available outside of Silicon Valley. Another likely factor is the US’s large market—it has one currency and one language, and companies can (usually) expand from one state to another relatively smoothly.

    Whatever the reasons, Europe’s technology jewels have often ended up in another region’s crown. Google bought DeepMind, one of Britain’s leading AI startups, for around $500 million in 2014. UK prime minister Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings, his top advisor, reportedly dream of creating a British titan that’s in the same league as Google, and they’ve debated using state aid to help them get there.

    “We have largely been willing to sell our companies to US consolidators that are maybe more bold, more aggressive, and willing to pay higher valuation,” Roman said. For investors to really open their wallets in Europe, they need evidence that the region’s entrepreneurs can perform. “You have to understand that the venture and growth capital ecosystem in Europe is really only 20 years old.”

    Roman thinks that’s changing, and he points to the rise of companies like Adyen, the $53 billion payment company in Amsterdam, and Stockholm-based Spotify’s $44 billion market capitalization. “More and more European companies are becoming leaders and giants on the US stock market,” he said in a phone call. “In the best of worlds, Arm would have stayed an independent business. Since that disappeared, it’s a lot better to be owned by Nvidia. It’s the premiere company in that segment of semiconductors.”

    The takeover is controversial for other reasons as well. Arm co-founders Hermann Hauser and Tudor Brown argue that, once the chip designer is under an American company’s control, Washington could try to use its technology sales as a weapon against China. “The decision on whether they will be allowed to export it will be made in the White House and not in Downing Street,” Hauser said in an interview with the BBC. The pair said they are also concerned that Arm could be exploited to make Nvidia’s processors more advanced, to the detriment of the UK company’s other customers.

    Executives at the companies have played down those criticisms, arguing that most of Arm’s products are designed in the UK, putting them outside the reach of Washington’s exports controls. Nvidia says it won’t meddle with Arm’s business model, although some analysts think the company could be tempted to do so if it starts to seem lucrative enough.

    One of the biggest worries is what happens in Cambridge, where Arm is based and the locus of many top-tier computer engineering and AI jobs. Back in 2016, SoftBank committed to keep those roles in the UK. Now, Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia, said Arm’s headquarters will stay there, and that his company will build a state-of-the-art AI supercomputer in Cambridge using Arm’s CPUs.

    Brendan Burke, an analyst at PitchBook, thinks the super computer plan is a sign that Nvidia is going to lean into Arm’s capabilities rather than looking for cost cuts. He argues that the companies are working on much different types of processors and that Nvidia will need the British firm’s IP and research and development capabilities, and, particularly, its elite team of computer scientists.

    “I  genuinely believe they will keep the Arm team and R&D development and operations in Cambridge,” Roman said. “There’s real competence in this area, and that’s not something you can just export willy-nilly to Silicon Valley.”

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    Arm Ltd.

    British global semiconductor and software design company

    Arm logo 2017.svg
    Cambridge ARM building panorama.jpg
    TypeSubsidiary
    IndustrySemiconductors
    Founded27 November 1990; 30 years ago (1990-11-27)[1]
    FoundersLarry Tesler, Jamie Urquhart, Mike Muller, Tudor Brown, Lee Smith, John Biggs, Harry Oldham, Dave Howard, Pete Harrod, Harry Meekings, Al Thomas, Andy Merritt, David Seal[2]
    HeadquartersCambridge, England, UK[3]

    Key people

    Simon Segars (CEO)[4]
    ProductsMicroprocessor designs, graphics processing unit (GPU) designs and neural processing unit (NPU) designs[5]
    RevenueIncrease JPY ¥152.42 billion (2017)[6]

    Operating income

    Decrease JPY ¥24.29 billion (2017)[6]

    Net income

    Decrease JPY ¥(31.79) billion (2017)[6]
    Total assetsUS$3.21 billion (2016)[7]

    Number of employees

    About 6,250 (2018)[7]
    ParentSoftBank Group
    Websitewww.arm.com

    Arm Ltd. (stylized as arm) is a Britishsemiconductor and software design company based in Cambridge, England.[8] Its primary business is in the design of ARMprocessors (CPUs), although it also designs other chips; software development tools under the DS-5, RealView and Keil brands; and systems and platforms, system-on-a-chip (SoC) infrastructure and software. As a "holding" company, it also holds shares of other companies. It is considered to be market dominant for processors in mobile phones (smartphones or otherwise), tablet computers and for chips in smart TVs and in total over 160 billion chips have been made for various devices based on designs from Arm (more than from any other company). The company is one of the best-known "Silicon Fen" companies.[9] Since 2016, it has been owned by conglomerate SoftBank Group.

    While ARM CPUs first appeared in the Acorn Archimedes, a desktop computer, today's systems include mostly embedded systems, including all types of phones. Systems, like iPhone and Android smartphones, frequently include many chips, from many different providers, that include one or more licensed Arm cores, in addition to those in the main Arm-based processor. Arm's core designs are also used in chips that support all the most common network-related technologies.

    Processors based on designs licensed from Arm, or designed by licensees of one of the ARM instruction set architectures, are used in all classes of computing devices (including in space). Examples of use of those processors range from the world's smallest computer, to smartphones, laptops, desktops, servers and to the world's fastest supercomputer by several benchmarks included on the TOP500 list (and including at one point, in 2019,[10] the most energy-efficient one on the list). Processors designed by Arm or by Arm licensees are used as microcontrollers in embedded systems, including real-time safety systems. Arm's Mali line of graphics processing units (GPU) is the third most popular GPU in mobile devices. A recent addition to their lineup are AI accelerator chips for neural network processing.

    Arm's main CPU competitors in servers include IBM, Intel and AMD.[11] Intel competed with Arm-based chips in mobile, but Arm no longer has any competition in that space (however, vendors of actual Arm-based chips compete within that space). Arm's main GPU competitors include mobile GPUs from American and Japanese technology companies Imagination Technologies (PowerVR), Qualcomm (Adreno), and increasingly Nvidia and Intel. Despite competing within GPUs, Qualcomm and Nvidia have combined their GPUs with Arm-licensed CPUs.

    Arm had a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and was a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. It also had a secondary listing on NASDAQ. However Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank Group made an agreed offer for Arm on 18 July 2016, subject to approval by Arm's shareholders, valuing the company at £24.3 billion.[12] The transaction was completed on 5 September 2016.[13][14]

    On 13 September 2020, it was announced that Nvidia would buy Arm from SoftBank for $40 billion, subject to regulatory approval, with the latter acquiring a 10% share in Nvidia.[15][16][17]

    History[edit]

    See also: ARM architecture § History

    Name[edit]

    The acronym ARM was first used in 1983 and originally stood for "Acorn RISC Machine". Acorn Computers' first RISC processor was used in the original Acorn Archimedes and was one of the first RISC processors used in small computers. However, when the company was incorporated in 1990, what 'ARM' stood for changed to "Advanced RISC Machines", in light of the company's name "Advanced RISC Machines Ltd." – and according to an interview with Steve Furber the name change was also at the behest of Apple, which did not wish to have the name of a former competitor – namely Acorn – in the name of the company. At the time of the IPO in 1998, the company name was changed to "ARM Holdings",[18] often just called ARM like the processors.

    On 1 August 2017, the styling and logo were changed. The logo is now all lowercase ('arm') and other uses of the name are in sentence case ('Arm') except where the whole sentence is upper case, so, for instance, it became 'Arm Holdings',[19] and since only Arm Ltd.

    Founding[edit]

    The company was founded in November 1990 as Advanced RISC Machines Ltd and structured as a joint venture between Acorn Computers, Apple, and VLSI Technology. Acorn provided 12 employees, VLSI provided tools, Apple provided $3 million investment.[20][21]Larry Tesler, Apple VP was a key person and the first CEO at the joint venture.[22][23] The new company intended to further the development of the Acorn RISC Machine processor, which was originally used in the Acorn Archimedes and had been selected by Apple for its Newton project. Its first profitable year was 1993. The company's Silicon Valley and Tokyo offices were opened in 1994. ARM invested in Palmchip Corporation in 1997 to provide system on chip platforms and to enter into the disk drive market.[24][25] In 1998, the company changed its name from Advanced RISC Machines Ltd to ARM Ltd.[26] The company was first listed on the London Stock Exchange and NASDAQ in 1998[27] and by February 1999, Apple's shareholding had fallen to 14.8%.[28]

    In 2010, ARM joined with IBM, Texas Instruments, Samsung, ST-Ericsson (since dissolved) and Freescale Semiconductor (now NXP Semiconductors) in forming a non-profitopen source engineering company, Linaro.[29]

    Acquisitions[edit]

    1999[edit]

    • Micrologic Solutions, a software consulting company based in Cambridge[30]

    2000[edit]

    2001[edit]

    • The engineering team of Noral Micrologics, a debug hardware and software company based in Blackburn, England[34]

    2003[edit]

    • Adelante Technologies of Belgium, creating its OptimoDE data engines business, a form of lightweight DSP engine[35]

    2004[edit]

    2005[edit]

    2006[edit]

    2011[edit]

    • Obsidian Software Inc., a privately held company that creates processor verification products[41]
    • Prolific, a developer of automated layout optimisation software tools, and the Prolific team will join the ARM physical IP team[42]

    2013[edit]

    2014[edit]

    2015[edit]

    • Sansa Security, a provider of hardware security intellectual property (IP) and software for advanced system-on-chip components deployed in Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile devices[48]
    • Wicentric, a Bluetooth Smart stack and profile provider[49]
    • Sunrise Micro Devices, a provider of sub-one volt Bluetooth radio intellectual property (IP)[49]
    • Offspark, a provider of IoT security software[50]
    • Carbon Design Systems, a provider of cycle-accurate virtual prototyping solutions[51]
    • On 19 November, ARM, alongside Cisco Systems, Dell, Intel, Microsoft, and Princeton University, founded the OpenFog Consortium, to promote interests and development in fog computing.[52]

    2016[edit]

    • Apical, a provider of imaging and embedded computer vision IP products[53]
    • Allinea Software, a leading provider of software tools for HPC[54]

    2018[edit]

    • Treasure Data ($600 million acquisition), provides enterprise data management software for device-to-data IoT platform[55]
    • Stream Technologies, provides connectivity management platform and GSM connectivity[56]

    2020[edit]

    • In July 2020, Arm announced plans to spin off Treasure Data, together with the other parts of its "IoT Services Group" business, into separate SoftBank-owned entities by the end of September 2020.[57]

    Changes of ownership[edit]

    Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank Group made an agreed offer for ARM on 18 July 2016, subject to approval by ARM's shareholders, valuing the company at £23.4 billion (US$32 billion).[12][58] The transaction was completed on 5 September 2016.[13][4]

    In 2017, a 25 percent stake of Arm was transferred to the SoftBank Vision Fund, which received investment from the Saudi sovereign fund.[59]

    American technology company Nvidia announced plans on 13 September 2020 to acquire ARM from SoftBank, pending regulatory approval, for a value of US$40 billion in stock and cash, which would be the largest semiconductor acquisition to date. SoftBank Group will acquire slightly less than a 10% stake in Nvidia, and ARM will maintain its headquarters in Cambridge.[60][16][17][15][61] There is opposition to the deal, for several reasons, including national security concerns from the UK and competition concerns from fellow tech companies such as Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm, whose chips in use or on sale heavily rely on Arm's intellectual property.[62][63][64][65][66] It is also being battled by Arm China, its subsidiary,[67] of which majority stake is held by the Chinese funds.[68][69] The acquisition, initially scheduled to conclude before the end of 2022 per the contract, is likely to be extended beyond the initial planned period due to extended talks with regulators over the purchase.[70]

    Row over ownership of Arm China[edit]

    Softbank Group sold more than half of Arm China in 2018 to a local consortium consisting of various parties including China Investment Corp. and the Silk Road Fund, effectively relinquishing the majority ownership of the Chinese subsidiary to a group of investors who have ties to Beijing. Since 2020, discord between Arm and the effective owners of Arm China became visible after the British parent company unsuccessfully tried to oust the chief executive of the subsidiary, who still kept his position regardless.[71][72] A prevailing view emerged that the matter would negatively affect the pending approval by the Chinese regulators over the Softbank-Nvidia deal.[73]

    As of September 2021, despite Arm's denial, some reports observed that the chief executive the British parent had tried to dismiss publicly declared the "independence" of Arm China.[67][74]

    Operations[edit]

    Business model[edit]

    Unlike most traditional microprocessor suppliers, such as Intel, Freescale (the former semiconductor division of Motorola, now NXP Semiconductors) and Renesas (a former joint venture between Hitachi and Mitsubishi Electric), ARM only creates and licenses its technology as intellectual property (IP),[75] rather than manufacturing and selling its own physical CPUs, GPUs, SoCs or microcontrollers. This model is similar to those of fellow British design houses ARC International and Imagination Technologies, which have similarly been designing and licensing GPUs, CPUs, and SoCs, along with supplying tooling and various design and support services to their licensees.

    Facilities[edit]

    The company has offices and design centres across the world, including Cambridge, Bangor, Belfast, Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield, Warwick in United Kingdom; San Jose, Austin, Chandler, Mountain View, San Diego, Waltham, Richardson and Bellevue in the United States; Vancouver in Canada; Bangalore and Noida in India; Copenhagen in Denmark; Oulu in Finland; Sophia Antipolis in France; Grasbrunn in Germany; Budapest in Hungary; Galway in Ireland; Ra'anana in Israel; Trondheim in Norway; Katowice in Poland; Sentjernej in Slovenia; Cape Town in South Africa; Lund in Sweden; Yokohama, Tokyo in Japan; Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, in China; Hsinchu, Taipei in Taiwan; Seoul in South Korea.[76]

    Technology[edit]

    A characteristic feature of Arm processors is their low electric power consumption, which makes them particularly suitable for use in portable devices.[77] In fact, almost all modern mobile phones and personal digital assistants contain ARM CPUs, making them the most widely used 32-bit microprocessor family in the world. As of 2005, Arm processors accounted for over 75% of all 32-bit embedded CPUs.[78]

    Arm processors are used as the main CPU for most mobile phones, including those manufactured by Apple, HTC, Nokia, Xiaomi, Sony Ericsson and Samsung;[79] many PDAs and handhelds, like the Apple iPod and iPad,[80][81]Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, 3DS and Switch, PlayStation Vita, Game ParkGP32 and GamePark HoldingsGP2X; as well as many other applications, including GPS navigation devices, digital cameras,[82]digital televisions,[82]network devices and storage. The WLAN processor of Sony's PlayStation Portable is an older ARM9.[83]

    Arm supercomputers[edit]

    The world's fastest supercomputer, the Japanese Fugaku, based on Arm AArch64 architecture[84] and codesigned by Fujitsu (their extensions are now included in the Arm architecture), was in June 2020 "2.8 times as fast as IBM's Summit, the nearest competitor. Fugaku also attained top spots in other rankings that test computers on different workloads, including Graph 500, HPL-AI, and HPCG. No previous supercomputer has ever led all four rankings at once."[85] This is the first Arm-based computer to take the top TOP500 spot. As of November 2020[update], after an upgrade, it widened the lead to 3 times as fast. Fujitsu has several Arm-based supercomputers high-ranking in supercomputer benchmarks;[86] in total 4 computers on the TOP500 list (plus some non-Arm based), and two of those make top-10 on Green500.

    The supercomputer maker Cray has added "ARM Option" (i.e. CPU blade option, using Cavium ThunderX2) to their XC50 supercomputers, and Cray claims that ARM is "a third processor architecture for building next-generation supercomputers", for e.g. the US Department of Energy.[87]

    Fujitsu (the supercomputer maker of June 2011 world's fastest K computer according to TOP500) announced at the International Supercomputing Conference in June 2016 that its future exascale supercomputer will feature processors of its own design that implement the ARMv8 architecture, rather than the SPARC processors used in earlier supercomputers. These processors will also implement extensions to the ARMv8 architecture equivalent to HPC-ACE2 that Fujitsu is developing with ARM Holdings.[88] The Fujitsu supercomputer post-K planned,[89] will use 512-bit scalable vector extension (ARMv8-A SVE) with "the goal of beginning full operations around 2021. [..] With post-K, Fujitsu and RIKEN aim to create the world's highest-performing supercomputer"; SVE is a new extension for ARMv8 allowing "implementation choices for vector lengths that scale from 128 to 2048 bits."[90] Fujitsu has started production of this 52-core A64FX processor to replace the supercomputer, and each chip is about 2.5 times faster than their SPARC chips, "with double-precision floating-point performance of 2.7TFLOPS".[91][92] A prototype supercomputer using the chip is on the TOP500 list as of November 2019, and is the most energy-efficient one on the list.[93][94]

    The Cray XC50-series supercomputer for the University of Bristol is called Isambard, named after Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The supercomputer is expected to feature around 160 nodes, each with two 32-core ThunderX2 processors running at 2.1 GHz. Peak theoretical performance of the 10,240 cores and 40,960 threads is 172 teraFLOPS.[95]

    The Vanguard project by Sandia National Laboratories is to deliver an exascale ARM machine. The first generation was called Hammer, it was based on X-Gene by Applied Micro. The second generation was called Sullivan was based Cavium's ThunderXs processors. The third generation of the Sandia National Laboratories' Vanguard project called Mayer was based on pre-production ThunderX2 and consisted of 47 nodes. The fourth generation also based on ThunderX2 is called Astra and was slated to become operational by November 2018. Each Astra node will feature two 28-core ThunderX2 processors running at 2.0 GHz with 128 GB DDR4. Each rack has 18x Hewlett Packard Enterprise Apollo 70 chassis with 72 compute nodes along with 3 InfiniBand switches. Astra will feature a total of 36 racks. Thus Astra will have 5,184 ThunderX2 processors, 145,152 ThunderX2 cores and 580,608 threads. Astra's peak theoretical performance is 4.644 PFLOPS in single-precision, and 2.322 PFLOPS in double-precision and will support 324 TB DDR4.[96] Astra is the first ARM-based petascale supercomputer to enter the TOP500 list. As of June 2019[update], it is ranked at 156 after an upgrade (it started out ranked at 204 in November 2018).[97]

    Neuromorphic technology[edit]

    ARM968E-S was used to build the neuromorphic supercomputer, SpiNNaker (Spiking Neural Network Architecture).

    Licensees[edit]

    Arm offers several microprocessor core designs that have been "publicly licensed" 830 times including 249 times for its newer "application processors" (non-microcontroller) used in such applications as smartphones and tablets.[98] Three of those companies[99] are known to have a licence for one of Arm's 64-bitCortex-A72 (some including ARM's other 64-bit core the Cortex-A53) and four have a licence to their most powerful 32-bit core, the Cortex-A15.

    Cores for ARMv8.2-A include the Cortex-A77, Cortex-A65AE, Cortex-A76, Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55. Cores for ARMv8-A include the Cortex-A73, Cortex-A72, Cortex-A32, Cortex-A35, Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53. ARM's client roadmap includes Hercules in 2020 and Matterhorn in 2021.[100][101]

    Cores for 32-bit architectures include Cortex-A32, Cortex-A15, Cortex-A12, Cortex-A17, Cortex-A9, Cortex-A8, Cortex-A7 and Cortex-A5, and older "Classic ARM Processors", as well as variant architectures for microcontrollers that include these cores: Cortex-R7, Cortex R5, Cortex-R4, Cortex-M35P, Cortex-M33, Cortex-M23Cortex-M7, Cortex-M4, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M1, Cortex-M0+, and Cortex-M0 for licensing.

    Companies often license these designs from Arm to manufacture and integrate into their own System on chip (SoC) with other components such as GPUs (sometimes Arm's Mali) or modem/radio basebands (for mobile phones). Arm offers multiple licensing programs for their cores.[102] Arm also offers Artisan POP IP, where Arm partners with foundries to provide physical implementation, which allows faster time to market.

    In February 2016, Arm announced the Built on Arm Cortex Technology licence often shortened to Built on Cortex (BoC) licence. This licence allows companies to partner with Arm and make modifications to Arm Cortex designs. These design modifications will not be shared with other companies. These semi-custom core designs also have brand freedom, for example Kryo 280.[103]

    In addition to licences for their core designs and BoC licence, Arm offers an "architectural licence" for their instruction set architectures, allowing the licensees to design their own cores that implement one of those instruction sets. An Arm architectural licence is more costly than a regular Arm core licence,[104] and also requires the necessary engineering power to design a CPU based on the instruction set.

    CPU microarchitectures designed independently from Arm include:

    • Qualcomm's Scorpion, Krait and Kryo used in their Snapdragon series and Falkor used in their Centriq series.[105][106][107]
    • Apple has had an architecture licence since March 2008,[108] after having selected Arm architecture for their first iPhone. The first Arm-based chip of Apple design was the A4, launched in April 2010, and the most recent one is the A15, launched in September 2021. All iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches use Apple designed Arm chips, and on 22 June 2020, Apple announced that they will also migrate their laptop and desktop PCs from Intel's x86-64 to their own Arm-based chips over the next two years.[109]
    • Nvidia's Denver, Denver 2 and Carmel used in their Tegra SoCs.[110]
    • Cavium's ThunderX and ThunderX2.[111]
    • AppliedMicro's Helix, X-Gene, X-Gene 2 and X-Gene 3.[112]
    • Samsung System LSI's M1/M2 (Mongoose), M3 (Meerkat) and M4 (Cheetah) used in their Exynos 8890 to 9825 SoCs.
    • Fujitsu's A64FX.[113]

    Arm core licensees[edit]

    Companies that are current licensees of the 64-bit ARMv8-A core designs include AMD,[114]AppliedMicro (X-Gene),[115]Broadcom,[114]Calxeda,[114]HiSilicon,[114]Rockchip,[116]Samsung,[114] and STMicroelectronics.[114]

    Companies that are current or former licensees of 32-bit ARM core designs include AMD,[117] Broadcom,[118]Freescale (now NXP Semiconductors),[119][120]Huawei (HiSilicon),[121]IBM,[122]Infineon Technologies (Infineon XMC 32-bit MCU families),[123]Intel (older "ARM11 MPCore"), LG,[124][125]Microsemi,[126]NXP Semiconductors,[127]Renesas,[128] Rockchip,[116] Samsung,[129][130]STMicroelectronics,[131] and Texas Instruments.[132]

    Arm architectural licensees[edit]

    In 2013, Arm stated that there are around 15 architectural licensees, but the full list is not yet public knowledge.[104][133]

    Companies with a 64-bit ARMv8-A architectural licence include Applied Micro,[134][135]Broadcom,[136][137]Cavium,[138]Huawei (HiSilicon),[139][140]Nvidia,[141][142] AMD,[143][144]Qualcomm,[145] Samsung,[146] and Apple.[104]

    Companies with a 32-bit Arm architectural licence include Broadcom (ARMv7),[137]Faraday Technology (ARMv4, ARMv5),[147]Marvell Technology Group,[148]Microsoft,[149] Qualcomm,[150][151] Intel,[152] and Apple.[104]

    Built on Arm Cortex Technology licensees[edit]

    Companies that are current licensees of Built on ARM Cortex Technology include Qualcomm.[103]

    Mali licensees[edit]

    Companies that are current licensees of the Mali GPU designs include Rockchip,[116]Allwinner,[153]Samsung, Huawei, MediaTek, Spreadtrum and others.

    Artisan POP IP[edit]

    Artisan POP IP partners include GlobalFoundries,[104]Samsung,[154]TSMC,[104]UMC.[155]

    Arm Flexible Access[edit]

    On 16 July 2019, Arm announced Arm Flexible Access. Arm Flexible Access provides unlimited access to included Arm intellectual property (IP) for development. Per product licence fees are required once customers reaches foundry tapeout or prototyping.[156][157]

    75% of Arm's most recent IP over the last two years are included in Arm Flexible Access. As of October 2019:

    • CPUs: Cortex-A5, Cortex-A7, Cortex-A32, Cortex-A34, Cortex-A35, Cortex-A53, Cortex-R5, Cortex-R8, Cortex-R52, Cortex-M0, Cortex-M0+, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, Cortex-M7, Cortex-M23, Cortex-M33
    • GPUs: Mali-G52, Mali-G31. Includes Mali Driver Development Kits (DDK).
    • Interconnect: CoreLink NIC-400, CoreLink NIC-450, CoreLink CCI-400, CoreLink CCI-450, CoreLink CCI-500, CoreLink CCI-550, ADB-400 AMBA, XHB-400 AXI-AHB
    • System Controllers: CoreLink GIC-400, CoreLink GIC-500, PL192 VIC, BP141 TrustZone Memory Wrapper, CoreLink TZC-400, CoreLink L2C-310, CoreLink MMU-500, BP140 Memory Interface
    • Security IP: CryptoCell-312, CryptoCell-712, TrustZone True Random Number Generator
    • Peripheral Controllers: PL011 UART, PL022 SPI, PL031 RTC
    • Debug & Trace: CoreSight SoC-400, CoreSight SDC-600, CoreSight STM-500, CoreSight System Trace Macrocell, CoreSight Trace Memory Controller
    • Design Kits: Corstone-101, Corstone-201
    • Physical IP: Artisan PIK for Cortex-M33 TSMC 22ULL including memory compilers, logic libraries, GPIOs and documentation
    • Tools & Materials: Socrates IP ToolingArm Design Studio, Virtual System Models
    • Support: Standard Arm Technical support, Arm online training, maintenance updates, credits towards onsite training and design reviews

    Arm Neoverse infrastructure[edit]

    In October 2018, Arm rebranded their infrastructure portfolio under the Arm Neoverse brand and launched the Arm ServerReady certification program. The program is based on the Server Base System Architecture (SBSA) and Server Boot Base Requirements (SBBR) standards. Neoverse aims to scale from servers, WANrouters, gateways, cellular base stations and top-of-rackswitches. Neoverse Platforms include Cosmos, Ares and in the future Zeus and Poseidon.[158] The Cosmos Platform includes the Cortex-A72, Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A75. The Ares Platform includes the Neoverse N1 and Neoverse E1.[159]

    Companies using Neoverse Platforms include Amazon Web Services (Annapurna Labs), Ampere Computing, Marvell (Cavium), Huawei (HiSilicon), Qualcomm, Fujitsu, Xilinx, Mellanox, NXP.[158]

    Sales and market share[edit]

    Arm-based CPU market share in 2010: over 95% in smartphone market; 10% in mobile computers; 35% in digital TVs and set-top boxes; however, Arm did not have any market share in servers and desktop PCs.[160] As of 2019[update], Amazon Web Services is renting access to servers using their custom Arm-based chips[161][162][163] (and 32-core desktop PCs are available[164][165][166][167][168]). The first mobile phone to use an Arm processor was 1997's Nokia 6110 mobile phone.

    In the fourth quarter of 2010, 1.8 billion chips based on an Arm design were manufactured.[169] By 2014, over 50 billion chips with Arm cores inside had been produced, 10 billion of which were produced in 2013.[170]

    In May 2012, Dell announced the Copper platform, a server based on Marvell's Arm powered devices.[171] In October 2012, Arm announced the first set of early licensees of the 64-bit-capable Cortex-A57 processor.[114] Arm's goal was to have, by 2015, ARM-based processors in more than half of all tablets, mini-notebooks and other mobile PCs sold.[172]

    With Microsoft's ARM-based Windows 8 OS, market research firm IHS predicted that, in 2015, 23% of all the PCs in the world will use ARM processors.[173] This guess by IHS has since been proven wrong and desktop Windows for ARM didn't arrive until 2018.[174] As of February 2020[update], over 160 billion chips with ARM IP have been shipped worldwide.[175]

    YearBillion unitsRelative size
    201721.3 21.3

     

    201617.7 17.7

     

    201515 15

     

    201412 12

     

    201310 10

     

    20128.7 8.7

     

    20117.9 7.9

     

    20106.1 6.1

     

    20093.9 3.9

     

    20084.0 4

     

    20072.9 2.9

     

    20062.4 2.4

     

    20051.662 1.662

     

    20041.272 1.272

     

    20030.782 0.782

     

    20020.456 0.456

     

    20010.420 0.42

     

    20000.367 0.367

     

    19990.175 0.175

     

    19980.051 0.051

     

    19970.009 0.009

     

    Total120[101]

    Uses of Arm technology[edit]

    Processors based on designs licensed from Arm, or designed by licensees of one of the ARM instruction set architectures, are used in all classes of computing devices (including in space[181][182]). Examples of those processors range from the world's smallest computer to the processors in supercomputers on the TOP500 list, including the most energy-efficient one on the list.[93][183][97][184][185] Processors designed by Arm or by Arm licensees are used as microcontrollers in embedded systems, including real-time safety systems (cars' ABS),[186]biometrics systems (fingerprint sensor[187]), smart TVs (e.g. Android TV), all modern smartwatches (such as Qualcomm Toq), and are used as general-purpose processors in smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops (even for running traditional x86Microsoft Windows programs[188][189]),[190]servers[191] and supercomputers/HPC,[192][193][194] e.g. a CPU "option" in Cray's supercomputers.[87]

    In 2015, Arm's Mali line of graphics processing units (GPU) were used in over 70% of digital TVs and in over 50% of Android tablets by market share;[195] some versions of Samsung's smartphones and smartwatches (Samsung Galaxy Gear) use Mali in addition to laptops. It is the third most popular GPU in mobile devices.[196]

    Systems, including iPhone smartphones, frequently include many chips, from many different providers, that include one or more licensed Arm cores, in addition to those in the main Arm-based processor.[197] Arm's core designs are also used in chips that support many common network-related technologies in smartphones: Bluetooth, WiFi and broadband,[198] in addition to corresponding equipment such as Bluetooth headsets,[199]802.11acrouters,[200] and network providers' cellular LTE.[201]

    Partnerships[edit]

    University of Michigan[edit]

    In 2011, Arm renewed a five-year, US$5 million research partnership with University of Michigan, which extended their existing research partnership to 2015. This partnership would focus on ultra-low energy and sustainable computing.[202][203]

    World's smallest computer

    As of 21 June 2018[update], the "world's smallest computer", or computer device (made by University of Michigan team), is based on an ARM Cortex-M0+ core.[204]

    Arduino[edit]

    In October 2017, Arduino announced its partnership with ARM. The announcement said, in part, "ARM recognized independence as a core value of Arduino ... without any lock-in with the ARM architecture." Arduino intends to continue to work with all technology vendors and architectures.[205]

    Intel[edit]

    In October 2018, ARM Holdings partnered with Intel in order to share code for embedded systems through the Yocto Project.[206]

    Mbed OS[edit]

    On 20 October 2018, Arm unveiled Arm Mbed OS, an open sourceoperating system for IoT.[207] On 8 October 2019, Arm announced a new Partner Governance model for partners to collaborate on the future roadmap. Partners include: Analog Devices, Cypress, Maxim Integrated, Nuvoton, NXP, Renesas, Realtek, Samsung, Silicon Labs and u-blox.[208]

    Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium (AVCC)[edit]

    On 8 October 2019, Arm announced the Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium (AVCC) to collaborate and accelerate development of self-driving cars.[209] Members include Arm, Toyota, Continental, Denso, Bosch, NXP, General Motors and Nvidia.

    Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)[edit]

    In August 2020, Arm signed a three-year agreement with DARPA, the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, enabling DARPA researchers to use all of Arm's commercially available technology.[210]

    Senior management[edit]

    Warren East was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Arm Holdings in October 2001. In the 2011 financial year, East received a total compensation of £1,187,500 from ARM, comprising a salary of £475,000 and a bonus of £712,500.[211][212] East said in March 2013 that he would retire from Arm in May, with president Simon Segars taking over as CEO.[213][214] In March 2014, former Rexam chairman Stuart Chambers succeeded John Buchanan as chairman. Chambers, a non-executive director of Tesco and former chief executive of Nippon Sheet Glass Group, had previously worked at Mars and Royal Dutch Shell.[215]

    Notes[edit]

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