The course includes fundamental architecture topics that are key to understanding how any Cortex-M processor functions internally. The course focuses specifically on the Armv8-M version of the Arm Architecture, which processors like the Cortex-M33 and Cortex-M55 are based on. However, even if you're working with older processors based on earlier versions of the architecture, like Armv6-M or Armv7-M, a lot of the information is mostly still very relevant and useful.
About this Course
Arm technology is defining the future of computing. Our energy-efficient processor designs and software platforms have enabled advanced computing in more than 225 billion chips and our technologies securely power products from the sensor to the smartphone and the supercomputer.
About the Arm Cortex-M Architecture and Software Development Specialization
This Specialization is designed to help anyone involved in developing software for Arm Cortex-M processors. Over four courses you will develop your knowledge of this popular microcontroller variant used in a plethora of devices throughout the world. Whether you're a computing/engineering professional, student, or hobbyist, the training aims to give you the essential knowledge and interactive experience required to get your Cortex-M software project up-and-running, avoiding costly mistakes.
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