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22. Juni 2022, 11:30 Uhr | Mohamed Awad, Vice President of IoT and Embedded at Arm
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The scope of IoT applications continues to grow. To help meet this challenge Arm has developed its “Total Solutions for IoT”. The company is now expanding this across its complete portfolio.

Arm has been involved in the Internet of Things (IoT) from the very beginning and is continuing to invest heavily in helping developers bring their products to market. As the market enters the next phase of IoT growth Arm continues to collaborate with the industry by putting developers at the center of everything they do for the IoT and embedded fields.

The IoT runs on Arm. Arm considers itself essential for the development of the IoT and sees embedded world 2022 as an opportunity to meet and work with partners from across the ecosystem. At the show, Arm will take part in a number of presentations and showcase solutions and demos that help both hardware and software developers bring products to market faster and drive project success.

A significant element of Arm’s investment and momentum in the IoT is ARM Total Solutions for IoT – a solutions-based approach to simplify and modernize software development. This includes Arm Virtual Hardware, a cloud-based offering which enables software development in advance of silicon. The company recently announced the expansion of its Arm Total Solutions for IoT portfolio with two new solutions for ARM Cortex-M and Cortex-A processors which can address a wide range of performance and workload requirements.

Arm has also committed itself to deliver leading edge image signal processor (ISP) technology and earlier this month launched the Arm Mali-C55, a new ISP to advance vision systems for IoT and embedded markets. As the smallest and most configurable ISP from Arm, the Mali-C55 offers high image quality and performance in half of the silicon area of previous generations for advanced embedded and IoT vision systems. Improvements to quality and performance is critical, particularly as image sensors continue to represent one of the most important information-generating sources for a broad range of IoT vision system applications including commercial, industrial and home smart cameras, as well as drones.

Over the last eight months Arm has announced a range of IoT developments which accelerate time to market for devices from low power smart light bulbs to sophisticated applications such as smart cameras and IoT gateways.

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Mohamed Awad

is vice president of IoT and Embedded at Arm. He and his team work with OEMs, silicon partners, and the software ecosystem to help Arm define and develop solutions to meet the changing requirements of the IoT and embedded markets. From 2018 to late 2020, he was vice president of marketing for the Infrastructure Line of Business at Arm where he was responsible for market strategy, ecosystem development, and product marketing across the business unit including for Arm’s infrastructure platform, Arm Neoverse. Prior to joining Arm, Mohamed spent 10 years in various roles at Broadcom including establishing the Mixed Signal ASIC Products (MSAP) division and building Broadcom’s security and mobile payments business.

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