By Kevin Krewell, EETimes
October 11, 2019
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The big news at Arm Techcon this year is that Arm is opening up its instruction set to customers’ customized instructions for Cortex M cores.
Arm CEO Simon Segars announced the changes in his opening keynote at Arm TechCon. After decades of tight control over the Arm instruction set architecture (ISA), Arm has finally decided that it can allow its licensees to build their own custom instructions, which are often useful to accelerate specialized workloads.
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