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Define ARM processor. Explain advanced ARM features

Define ARM processor. Explain advanced ARM features? Jun 14 

Asked On2017-05-14 20:56:13 by:Rajiv

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ARM is a family of instruction set architectures for computer processors based on a reduced
instruction set computing (RISC) architecture developed by British company ARM Holdings. 
A RISC-based computer design approach means ARM processors require significantly fewer
transistors than typical CISC x86 processors in most personal computers. This approach reduces
costs, heat and power use. These are desirable traits for light, portable, battery-powered
devices—including smart phones, laptops, tablet and notepad computers, and other embedded
systems. A simpler design facilitates more efficient multi-core CPUs and higher core counts at
lower cost, providing improved energy efficiency for servers.
ARM Holdings develops the instruction set and architecture for ARM-based products, but does
not manufacture products. The company periodically releases updates to its cores. Current cores
from ARM Holdings support a 32-bit address space and 32-bit arithmetic; the ARMv8-A
architecture, adds support for a 64-bit address space and 64-bit arithmetic. Instructions for ARM
Holdings' cores have 32 bits wide fixed-length instructions, but later versions of the architecture
also support a variable-length instruction set that provides both 32 and 16 bits wide instructions
for improved code density. Some cores can also provide hardware execution of Java bytecodes

Answerd on:2015-01-05 Answerd By:arunwebber

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