Arm announces new chip architecture with focus on security and AI

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Pictures & AssetsArm announces new chip architecture with focus on security and AI

ARMv9 features Confidential Compute Architecture and 'Realms' to shield sensitive data and code from the OS and non-permitted apps

Arm Ltd, the British chip architecture firm that licenses its designs to others, has unveiled a new generation of chip architecture, which the firm hopes, will be used in over 300 billion chips in ...

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