Today, Arm officially announced the launch of the Armv9 architecture, which is the first major change in the architecture since the launch of Armv8 ten years ago. The company said that Armv9 will be used in 300 billion ARM chips in the future.
Arm also said that it is expected that 100 billion ARM devices will be shipped in the next five years. At the current rate, 100% of shared data will be processed on ARM chips, whether on the terminal or in the cloud.
“As we look to the future defined by artificial intelligence, we must lay a leading computing foundation to prepare for the unique challenges of the future,” said Arm CEO Simon Segars. “Armv9 is the answer.
It will be at the forefront of the next generation of 300 billion Arm-based chips, driven by universal specialization, security and availability based on the economy, design freedom, and availability of general-purpose computing. Powerful processing needs.”
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Armv9 architecture has two focuses: AI and security. Arm said that by the mid-2020s, there will be more than 8 billion voice-assisted devices, and 90% of applications will contain AI elements. Arm collaborated with Fujitsu to create Scalable Vector Extensions (SVE), and now SVE2 is part of Armv9 for better machine learning and digital signal processing.
On the security side, Armv9 will obtain the Arm Secure Computing Architecture (CCA), which shields data access during use and protects data at the hardware level. In addition, there will be something called Realms, and the application can be used outside of secure and non-secure areas.
As for when you can see new chips based on the Armv9 architecture, Arm said that it is expected that the first batch of processors equipped with the Armv9 architecture will be shipped before the end of this year.
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