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Last $51.35 USD
Change Today +0.66 / 1.30%
Volume 1.2M
As of 8:10 PM 04/20/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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110 Fulbourn Road

Cambridge, CB1 9NJ

United Kingdom

Phone: 44 12 2340 0400

Fax: 44 12 2340 0700

tor IP and software for semiconductor SoC (systems-on-chip) vendors that deliver multimedia images without compromising performance, power consumption or system cost. The company’s IP provides 3D graphics solutions suitable for mobile phones, portable media players, set-top boxes, handheld gaming devices, and infotainment systems (including automotive). The company also develops video processor and display technology IP, which combined with its graphics IP provides customers with an integrated multimedia platform, which is becoming increasingly important in devices, such as mobile computers, portable media players and digital TVs. Physical IP The company is a major provider of physical IP components for the design and manufacture of ICs, including SoCs. ARM Artisan physical IP products comprise embedded memory, standard cell and input/output components, which are designed to provide the customers’ desired combination of performance, density, power and yield for a given manufacturing process. Artisan physical IP also includes a limited portfolio of analog and mixed-signal products. The company’s physical IP components are developed for various process geometries ranging from 14nm – 250nm design. The company licenses its products to customers for the design and manufacture of ICs used in complex, high-volume applications, such as portable computing devices, communication systems, cellular phones, microcontrollers, consumer multimedia products, automotive electronics, personal computers and workstations and various others. The company’s physical IP components are developed and delivered using a proprietary methodology that includes both commercial and proprietary electronic design automation tools and techniques. This methodology ensures that the company’s intellectual property components provide optimized power, performance, and area while reducing customer risk and time-to-market. ARM physical IP is integrated into various customer design methodologies and support IC design tools, including those from EDA tool vendors, such as Cadence, Mentor Graphics, and Synopsys, as well as various other specialty IC design and modeling tools. To support these various IC design tool environments, each of the company’s products includes a set of verified tool models. Physical IP Products Logic and Memory Products: The company’s embedded memory components include random access memories, read only memories and register files. These memories are provided in the form of a configurable ‘memory compiler’, which allows the customer to generate the appropriate configuration for the given application. All of the company’s memory components include various configurable features, such as power-down modes, low-voltage data retention, and fully static operation, as well as different transistor options to trade off performance and power. In addition, its memory components include built-in test interfaces that support the primary industry test methodologies and tools. The company’s memory components also offer redundant storage elements, which might help increase the manufacturing yield of IC designs containing large memories. ARM logic products deliver optimal performance, power and area when building ARM Processors, Graphics, Video and Display Technology IP along with general SoC subsystem implementation, designed to deliver highest yield through extensive manufacturing optimization. Processor Optimization Packs (POP IP): The company has created optimized logic and memory physical IP for a specific process technology, supported by implementation knowledge and ARM benchmarking. Combined together, POP IP allows chip designers to optimize ARM microprocessors for maximum performance, lowest power or to develop customized solutions balancing power and performance for their specific application. Silicon on Insulator (SOI) Products: SOI is an alternative methodology to traditional semiconductor fabrication techniques. Development Tools The company’s development tools are used to build, simulate, execute, debug and optimize software for ARM processors. The use of ARM tools helps to reduce development risk and to accelerate

 

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