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Embedded software engineering newsletter

With only a month to go, we’re gearing up for ARM TechCon in Santa Clara, California. With over seventy papers in nine categories and an exhibition hall full of cutting-edge demos and exciting announcements, ARM TechCon 2016 promises to be one of the best. The work doesn’t stop there though; last week we announced the new ARM Cortex-R52 processor, which enables autonomous systems with the highest functional safety standards. View in browser »

Cortex-R52: ARM's most advanced safety processor
ARM has launched a new real-time processor with advanced safety features for autonomous vehicles and medical and industrial robots. The ARM Cortex-R52 is designed to address functional safety in systems that must comply with ISO 26262 ASIL D and IEC 61508 SIL 3, the most stringent safety standards in the automotive and industrial markets.
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Efficient pre-silicon software development
To enable software development months ahead of silicon availability, ARM Fast Models fully support the entire Cortex family, including the new ARM Cortex-R52 processor. Use ARM Fast Models in conjunction with DS-5 to build, run and debug software before first silicon is available. Learn more about ARM's development tools for ARM Cortex-R52 »
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The demise of the headphone jack
In this blog, ARM's Paul Williamson discusses the opportunities removing the headphone jack could provide for the Bluetooth low energy audio accessories market. Truly wireless earbuds are likely to hit the mainstream, but what form will these take? Learn about the Bluetooth low energy audio accessory revolution »
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New ARM website launched!

If you haven’t already, check out ARM’s new company website. Here you’ll find market and product information, as well as news and information about ARM.

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Free ARM technical webinars

Efficient software on heterogeneous systems
28 September, 9am CEST / 11am CDT
The NXP i.MX6 and i.MX7 series utilize a single or dual ultra-high efficient Cortex-A processor and a Cortex-M4 processor with floating-point unit. Learn about the benefits of these heterogeneous computing systems.
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Defensive programming for embedded systems
5 October, 11am CEST / 10am PDT
More embedded systems are Internet connected and need robust and secure software. This webinar will examine the fundamentals of defensive programming in the C programming language and techniques commonly overlooked by developers.
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Cryptographic key protection for ARM - today and tomorrow
12 October, 9am PDT
Hardened cryptographic subsystems are becoming more common in platform requirements for consumer and industrial devices. In this webinar, we explore SCA countermeasure techniques and their relationship to cryptographic algorithms.
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ARM mbed Connect
mbed Connect 2016 – secure IoT from device to cloud

How is security being addressed to scale the IoT? How do you choose the right connectivity for your IoT product? These are just some of the questions we will address at mbed Connect. With only a month to go, be sure to register to secure your place!

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ST Developers Conf.
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NXP FTF Connects
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ARM TechCon 2016
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