ARM processor


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ARM processor

The RISC-based processor that is the CPU in almost all smartphones and tablets. See ARM tablet and ARM.
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Our collaboration with long-time partner ARM enables UMC to offer a comprehensive design platform with POP IP for two of the most efficient ARM processor cores.
Customers now have access to 64-bit ARM processors from the only silicon provider that also has decades of experience delivering professional enterprise and embedded products."
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It is driven by a Texas Instruments AM3715 Sitara ARM processor for fast speeds, and incorporates a large, 3.7-inch high resolution LCD display with integrated touchscreen.
OEMs wishing to implement their own application in addition to the ZigBee stack can use the on-board 32-bit M3 Coretex ARM processor. RF Monolithics, Inc.
WLS will remain as a standalone business unit, and will continue to support industry customers with ARM processor based products and Intel-based application processor platforms with 3G solutions.