ARM Rolls Cortex-M7 Processor for Performance, Power Optimization
It almost goes without saying: One of the toughest challenges in implementing processor cores is striking that delicate — sometimes contentious — balance between performance and power.
With that balance in mind, ARM this week (Sept. 24) rolled the latest in its ARM Cortex-M series of processor cores, the ARM Cortex-M7. The 32-bit device doubles the compute and digital signal processing (DSP) capability of existing (and powerful) ARM-based MCUs while keeping power under control.
Using a Cadence implementation flow, design teams can wring even more power optimization from the ARM Cortex-M7 and tackle tough parasitic extraction issues along the way. We’ll post about that in detail next week during ARM TechCon.
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