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Introducing Cortex-A32: ARM’s smallest, lowest power ARMv8-A processor for next generation 32-bit embedded applications

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The announcement of the ARM® Cortex®-A35 processor marked the beginning of a new family of ultra high efficiency application processors from ARM. Today, ARM announced the second member of that family, the Cortex-A32, a new 32-bit processor. Highlights of the Cortex-A32 include:

ARM’s smallest, lowest power ARMv8-A processor, optimized for 32-bit processing (supports the A32/T32 instruction set, and is fully compatible with ARMv7-A)
Provides ultra efficient 32-bit compute for the next generation of embedded products including consumer, wearable and IoT applications.

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Also: ARM’s slim new Cortex-A32 aims 32-bit ARMv8 at IoT apps

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