ARM send out a press release with some information about the new technology it will present at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona:
The ARM Personal Web 2.0
ARM will showcase a collection of software technologies running on the ARM®architecture that makes Web 2.0 personal, including the latest enhancements for mobile web browsing and Adobe® Flash Player 10.1.
ARM Performance for the Web
A collection of the latest mobile devices will be on show at MWC, including those designed with the ARM Cortex™-A8 processor-based Texas Instruments’ OMAP™ 3 processor, such as the Motorola® Droid/Milestone, Palm®Pre™, Samsung® i8910HD and the Nokia® N900. In addition, the Google® Nexus One, HTC HD2 and Lenovo® Skylight, based on the ARM v7A Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ chipset, will also be on display.
ARM Physical IP
ARM also will be showcasing the first 28nm wafer with High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) processtechnology; demonstrating the advantages of early enablement with their foundry Partners to accelerate the migration to advance node design in next-generation SoCs.
ARM also will showcase a new generation of multicore Cortex-A9 MPCore™processor-based devices due to come to market over the next year, including quad-core technology from NEC, the new dual-core NVIDIA® Tegra™ Mobile Web Processor and Texas Instruments’ dual-core OMAP 4 processor.
Mali GPU for Accelerated Multimedia
For all of the graphics gurus at MWC, ARM will demonstrate the industry-leading Mali™ GPU in a variety of gaming, UI and navigation applications.
The ARM Computing Continuum
ARM explores the emerging continuum of mobile devices and form factors beyond the phone; including smartbooks, tablets, hybrids, eReaders and more. These devices bring anywhere, anytime, all-day computing to life based on the low-power ARM architecture.
Solution Center for Android
In 2009, ARM launched the Solution Center for Android™ (SCA), a resource for designers and developers of ARM technology-based products running on Android, the open source platform from the Open Handset Alliance™. A program of the ARM Connected Community™, the SCA has participation from more than 50 members; once again demonstrating the strength of the ARM ecosystem.