White paper: Introducing the new Armv8.1-M architecture
For the industry to scale to one trillion connected, smart and secure devices, embedded applications need a strong and intelligent foundation that delivers the required compute performance efficiently and cost-effectively. With small, embedded products growing exponentially, we need to ensure devices of the future deliver the very best performance and are managed securely.
The Armv8.1-M architecture is an extension of the current Armv8-M architecture that will bring enhanced compute performance for the next generation of embedded devices. This paper will explain the new features of the architecture, including a new M-Profile Vector Extension (MVE) called Arm Helium technology for the Arm Cortex-M series.
What's included in this guide?
- Introduction to the Armv8.1-M architecture and its new features, including Helium, the optimized vector extension
- Features of Helium and how it enables efficient signal processing and machine learning performance in small processors, and provides new architectural features that are not available in other technologies, such as Neon
- Details of other Armv8.1-M mainline extension enhancements, including floating-point, debug and security
- Further details of the Reliability, Availability and Serviceability (RAS) extension of the Armv8.1-M architecture
Download this paper to learn more about the features and benefits of the Armv8.1-M architecture.