Designing with ARM Based Systems
On-demand Web Seminar
The ARM architecture is the most widely used processor architecture in the world with new licensees signing up every month. Supporting this growth is the ARM Connected Community which forms a broad ecosystem to support designers using ARM cores. Mentor Graphics are at the forefront of the ARM Connected Community from both a hardware EDA perspective as well as from the embedded software side where their Nucleus OS is deployed on more ARM powered devices than any other operating system.
Duration: 20 minutes
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