ARM Consulting (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Metro Plaza
No. 555 Loushanguan Road
Changning District
Shanghai 200051
P.R. China

Telephone: +86-21- 6229 0729
Fax: +86-21- 6229 0725

ARM Shenzhen Office
Room 1420
Golden Central Tower
No.3037 Jintian Rd
Futian District
Shenzhen 518048

Tel: +86-755-8280 4836
Fax: +86-755-8280 4839

ARM Beijing Office
Room 905, Silver Tech Tower,
No. 38, Hai Dian Avenue,
Hai Dian District,

Tel: +86-10-82603570
Fax: +86-10-82603573

ARM Taiwan
10F-3, No. 17, Lane 91
Sec. 1, Nei Hu Rd.,
Taipei, 114

Tel: +886-2-26271681
Fax: +886-2-262716
ARM Physical IP Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd
700 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
#30-07 Trellis Towers
Singapore 319773

Tel: +65 6728 0950
Fax: +65 6728 7901

ARM seoul office
Room # 1115
Hyundai Building
9-4, Soonae-Dong,
Boondang-Ku, Sungnam,
Kyunggi-Do 463-020
Tel: +82-31-712-8234
Fax: +82-31-713-8225

ARM Yokohama office
Daini-Ueno Building. 8F,
3-7-18 Shin-Yokohama
Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi,
Kanagawa 222-0033

Tel : +81-45-477-5260
Fax: +81-45-477-5261

ARM Bangalore office
ARM Embedded Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Level III, Block B,
Salarpuria Hall Mark,
Marthahalli - Sarjapur Outer Ring Road,
Bangalore 560 087
Contact details
Tel: +91-80-4138 4000
Fax: +91-80-4112 7403



2008 ARM wins Britain's Top Employer Award 2008 from
ARM announces 10 billionth processor shipment

2007 ARM wins the CMS European Business of the Year Award
Embest appointed as the ARM RealView and Keil embedded development tools distributor in China.
Five billionth ARM Powered processor shipped to the mobile device market
ARM launches Mali Software Development Kit, speeding time to market for game developers
ARM Cortex-M1 processor launched – the first ARM processor designed specifically for implementation on FPGAs
RealView Development Suite version 3.1 launched
ARM Appoints Anil Gupta as Managing Director, India Operations
ARM announces Jazelle MobileVM for enhanced Java acceleration on mobile handsets.
AMBA Adaptive Verification IP launched
ARM partners with UMC to deliver comprehensive SOI solutions for 65nm technology
Mr. Allen Wu appointed as vice president of China sales
ARM appoints ZLGMCU to distribute Keil Development Tools in China
ARM announces the low cost Cortex-M1 Development Kit For Altera Cyclone III
RealView Profiler for Embedded Software Analysis introduced
ARM unveils Cortex-A9 processors for scalable performance and low-power designs
ARM Mali200 graphics processing unit demonstrated in silicon
Processor Foundry program extended with ARM SecurCore Foundry Program
ARM Introduces SecurCore SC300 Processor For Smart Card Applications
Warren East awarded Business Leader of the Year at the National Business Awards
ARM wins techMARK Company of the Year Award 2007

2006 IEEE honors ARM with its 2006 Corporate Innovation Recognition award.
Sir Robin Saxby announced intention to retire
Cortex-R4 processor announced
ARM RealView Microcontroller Kit announced
ARM RealView Development Suite 3.0 launched
ARM announced availability of mobile consumer DRM software solutions based on ARM TrustZone technology
ARM and Handshake Solutions announced industry's first clockless processor for real-time chip designs
ARM announced new range of PrimeCell AMBA 3 AXI static memory controllers
ARM announced production release of AMBA 3 AXI assertions
ARM1176JZF-S processor and ARM Artisan Advantage cell library and memories delivered groundbreaking 750 MHz ARM11 implementation
ARM Cortex-A8 processor recognized as "Best In 2005" by four leading electronics industry publications

2005 ARM announced support for the High Definition Audio Video Network Alliance (HANA)
ARM listed by Electronic Business as one of the ten most significant companies in electronics over the past 30 years
ARM acquired Keil Software
ARM Cortex-A8 processor announced
Freescale, Matsushita (MEI), Samsung, Texas Instruments, Cadence, Synopsys, Microsoft, Montavista, Symbian and Wind River announce support for groundbreaking ARM Cortex-A8 processor
The ARM Jazelle RCT (Runtime Compiler Target) architecture extension announced
ARM Libraries Adopted By IBM, The World's ASIC Technology Leader
ARM OptimoDE Audio Edition launched
ARM included in the UK Top 100 Companies That Count index
ARM launched DesignStart Program
Actel and ARM signed agreement to bring ARM7 processor family to FPGA market

2004 ARM acquired Artisan Components Inc.
New version of RealView Developer Kit for China announced
The first ARM Developers' Conference held in Santa Clara, California
ARM Cortex-M3 processor announced, the first of a new Cortex family of processor cores
The ARM1176JZ-S PrimeXsys Platform launched
NEON media acceleration technology announced
ARM technology licensed to Aplix, Atheros, Broadcom, CSR, Kawasaki, NEC, Socle, Sony Ericsson, Thomson, Toshiba, Samsung and ZRRT
ARM and Artisan announced they have entered an agreement where ARM will acquire Artisan
ARM acquired Axys Design Automation
ARM and Trusted Logic developed TrustZone-optimized software to increase security for mobile applications
Expansion into China continued, with the opening of two new Approved Training Centers
MPCore multiprocessor launched, the first integrated multiprocessor
OptimoDE technology launched, the groundbreaking embedded signal processing core
The Level 2 Cache Controller unveiled

2003 ARM Connected Community established
ARM acquired Adelante Technologies, Belgium
TrustZone technology announced, providing a secure platform at the heart of ARM cores
AMBA 3.0 (AXI) methodology announced
Thumb-2 technology announced
STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments joined by ARM and Nokia as founding members of the MIPI Alliance, to define open standards for mobile application processors
CoreSight real-time debug and trace solution for multi-core systems announced
ARM1176 and ARM1156 cores announced the first implementations of TrustZone and Thumb-2 technology respectively
Strategic announcement signed with NEC Electronics to co-develop and co-market next-generation multiprocessor-based CPU cores for home, automotive multimedia applications and mobile handset
ARM expanded the Foundry Program with addition of core and PrimeXsys Platform, TSMC and UMC licensed the ARM926EJ core into the ARM Foundry Program
ARM announced the availability of standard DSP interface specification to accelerate time-to-market and reduce system development cost
ARM Foundry Program expanded into China with SMIC agreement to offer advanced manufacturing facilities for the popular ARM7TDMI core
ARM's PrimeXsys Platform software optimized to work with Nokia's software platform for smart phones
ARM became a member of the Series 60 Product Creation Community
Oki Semiconductor and ARM announced RealView Developer Kit for Oki's advantage microcontrollers
Toppan became the first ARM approved licensing program Partner in Japan

2002 ARM announced that it had shipped over one billion of its microprocessor cores to date
ARM technology licensed to Seagate, Broadcom, Philips, Matsushita, Micrel, eSilicon, Chip Express and ITRI
ARM launched the ARM11 microarchitecture and the ARM1026EJ-S core
ARM launched the ARM1136J-S core and ARM1136JF-S core, the first cores in the ARM11 family, as well as the accompanying ARM11 PrimeXsys development platform
Simon Segars, executive vice president, Engineering, and Jerry Ardizzone, executive vice president, Worldwide Sales joined the board of ARM Limited. Mike Inglis, EVP Marketing, joined the board of ARM Holdings plc
ARM opened an office in Shanghai, China
Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing and Tower Semiconductor joined the ARM Foundry Program
ARM launches its RealView family of development tools
ARM technology access program, ATAP, expanded to 36 Partners with over 3,350 engineers
Partnership with Sun allowed ARM to optimize Jazelle technology for Sun Java Card platform
ARM and National Semiconductor announced a collaboration on revolutionary PowerWise technology which extends battery life in portable electronic devices
Flextronics became the first ARM Licensing Partner program member, allowing it to sub-license ARM technology to its own customers
Symbian announced native support for the ARMv6 architecture in Symbian OS
ARM announced that over 25 Partners will support and contribute to the new AMBA 3.0 bus architecture
Robin Saxby was knighted in the 2002 New Years Honours list for services to the Information Technology industry and awarded the Faraday medal from the IEE for his 'outstanding contribution'

2001 ARM's share of the 32-bit embedded RISC microprocessor market grew to 76.8 per cent
ARM announced new ARMv6 architecture
Intel becomes architectural licensee
Fujitsu, Global UniChip, Samsung and Zeevo licensed ARM technology
ARM announced the ARM VFP9-S and ARM VFP10 vector floating-point coprocessors
ARM introduced the ARM926EJ-S soft macrocell, the ARM7EJ core, and the Jazelle Technology Enabling Kit (JTEK)
SavaJe and Symbian licensed Jazelle software for incorporation into their operating systems
ARM announced the PrimeXsys platforms
ARM introduced the SecurCore SC200 and SC210 microprocessor cores
ARM Developer Suite software enhanced with tools support for ARM Jazelle technology
ARM acquired key technologies and an embedded debug design team from Noral Micrologics Ltd
ARM launched DevZone online community
ARM announced MOVE multimedia acceleration technology for wireless devices
ARM ATAP program expanded, bringing membership to 25 companies in 15 countries with more than 2,400 engineers
ARM announced the formation of the ARM Approved Training Centre (ATC) program
Warren East appointed Chief Executive Officer
Tudor Brown appointed Chief Operating Officer and board director
Robin Saxby became Executive Chairman
Mike Muller promoted to the board of directors
John Scarisbrick appointed as a non-executive director

2000 Agilent, Altera, Micronas, Mitsubishi, Motorola, Sanyo, Triscend and ZTEIC licensed ARM technology
ARM launched SecurCore family for smartcards
ARM introduced Jazelle technology for Java applications
ARM announced SIMD (single instruction multiple data) technology for multimedia applications
ARM introduced ARM922T core
Lucent shipped ARM10 silicon
ARM supported Intel's launch of ARM architecture-compliant XScale microarchitecture
ARM acquired Allant Software and Infinite Designs
ARM invested $2m in Parthus Technologies plc
ARM formed equity alliance with CoWare
ARM opened office in Taipei, Taiwan
ARM opened e-Commerce Design Centre in Sophia Antipolis, France
TSMC and UMC became members of ARM Foundry Program

1999 LSI Logic, STMicroelectronics and Fujitsu licensed ARM technology
ARM introduced networking connectivity software for ARM Powered systems
ARM joined FTSE 100 Index
ARM and 3Com advance network intelligence
ARM introduced PrimeCell peripherals
ARM announced synthesizable ARM9E processor with enhanced signal processing
ARM collaborated with Ericsson on Bluetooth technology
ARM worked with Microsoft to optimize Windows Media Audio
ARM introduced MP3 and Dolby Digital Software solutions
ARM acquired Micrologic

1998 HP, IBM, Matsushita, Seiko Epson and Qualcomm licensed ARM technology
Flotation of ARM Holdings plc on LSE and NASDAQ (17 April 1998)
ARM joined Bluetooth consortium
Intel licensed StrongARM microprocessor family
ARM announced support for Symbian Partnership
ARM introduced ARM910 and ARM920 solutions for Windows CE applications
ARM developed synthesizable version of the ARM7TDMI core
National Semiconductor first to license new synthesizable processor core
ARM opened offices in Westborough, Mass. , Seattle, Wash., USA ; and Paris, France
ARM, Cirrus Logic and Lucent developed integrated designs for mass storage
ARM announced ARM10 Thumb family of processors
Cadence became the first "ARM approved" design Partner via the ARM ATAP technology access program
ARM established the consortium for Windows CE
ARM Partners shipped more than 50 million ARM Powered products

1997 Hyundai, Lucent, Philips, Rockwell and Sony licensed ARM technology
ARM and Sun announced direct JavaOS support for ARM RISC architecture
ARM acquired 45% shareholding in PALMCHIP
ARM introduced high-performance, embedded software modem solutions
ARM opened offices in Austin, Texas; Seoul, Korea; and Maidenhead, UK
Synopsys and ARM formed core team for IP core characterization
ARM9TDMI family announced

1996 Alcatel, OKI, Rohm and Yamaha licensed ARM technology
ARM and VLSI Technology introduced the ARM810 microprocessor
ARM announced ARM7500FE multimedia "system-chip" for the Network Computer
Virtual Socket Interface Alliance is formed, with ARM as a charter member
ARM introduced Piccolo, the ARM signal processing architecture
ARM and Microsoft worked together to extend Windows CE to the ARM architecture

1995 Atmel/ES2, Digital, LG Semicon, NEC and Symbios Logic licensed ARM technology
ARM announced the Thumb architecture extension, which gives 32-bit RISC performance at 16-bit system cost and offers industry-leading code density
ARM opened office in Munich, Germany
ARM launched Software Development Toolkit
TI sampled first ARM Thumb core
First StrongARM core from Digital Semiconductor and ARM launched
ARM extended family with ARM8 high-performance solution
ARM launched the ARM7100 "PDA-on-a-chip"

1994 AKM (Asahi Kasei Microsystems) and Samsung licensed ARM technology
ARM opened offices in Los Gatos, California, USA; and Tokyo, Japan
ARM introduced the ARM7500 "system-chip" for multimedia applications

1993 Cirrus Logic and Texas Instruments licensed ARM technology
Nippon Investment and Finance became ARM's fourth investor
ARM introduced the ARM7 core

1992 GEC Plessey and Sharp licensed ARM technology

1991 ARM introduced its first embeddable RISC core, the ARM6 solution

1990 Advanced RISC Machines (ARM) spins out of Acorn and Apple Computer's collaboration efforts with a charter to create a new microprocessor standard. VLSI Technology becomes an investor and the first licensee

1987 Acorn's ARM processor debuts as the first RISC processor for low-cost PCs

Acorn Computer Group developed the world's first commercial RISC processor