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Technical Overview of the Arm Cortex-M55 and Ethos-U55 Processors

As the IoT intersects with artificial intelligence (AI) advancements and the rollout of 5G,
more on-device intelligence means that smaller, cost-sensitive devices can be smarter and
more capable. They also benefit from greater privacy and reliability due to less reliance on
the cloud or internet. By delivering this intelligence on microcontrollers designed securely
from the ground up, Arm is reducing silicon and development costs and speeding up time
to market for product manufacturers looking to enhance signal processing and
machine learning (ML) capabilities on-device.

Watch this technical webinar for a deep dive into Arm’s recently announced endpoint AI technology, which include the Cortex-M55 and Ethos-U55 processors with the supporting Corstone-300 reference design for faster system-on-chip (SoC) implementation.

This webinar will cover:
- Features of the new Cortex-M55 processor, Arm’s most AI-capable Cortex-M processor and the first to feature Arm Helium vector processing technology
- Features of the Ethos-U55 microNPU (neural processing unit), the industry’s first microNPU designed to accelerate ML performance
- Performance numbers achieved with this new IP, specifically for voice applications
- How this IP, with the Corstone-300 reference design, can be integrated into an SoC faster and more securely
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    more capable. They also benefit from greater privacy and reliability due to less reliance on
    the cloud or internet. By delivering this intelligence on microcontrollers designed securely
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    to market for product manufacturers looking to enhance signal processing and
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