List of applications of ARM cores

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This is a list of applications of ARM cores. It lists products using the various ARM microprocessor cores, sorted by generation release and name.

Applications of ARM cores[edit]

ARM Core Devices Products
ARM1 ARM1 ARM Evaluation System second processor for BBC Micro
ARM2 ARM2 Acorn Archimedes, Chessmachine
ARM250 ARM250 Acorn Archimedes
ARM3 ARM3 Acorn Archimedes
ARM60 ARM60 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, Zarlink GPS Receiver
ARM610 ARM610 Acorn Risc PC 600, Apple Newton 100 series
ARM700 ARM700 Acorn Risc PC prototype CPU card
ARM710 ARM710 Acorn Risc PC 700
ARM710a ARM7100, ARM 7500 and ARM7500FE Acorn Risc PC 700, Apple eMate 300, Psion Series 5 (ARM7100), Acorn A7000 (ARM7500), Acorn A7000+ (ARM7500FE), Network Computer (ARM7500FE)
ARM7TDMI(-S) Atmel AT91SAM7, NXP Semiconductors LPC2xxx and LH7, Actel CoreMP7 Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Apple iPod, Lego NXT, Juice Box, Garmin Navigation Devices (1990s – early 2000s)
ARM710T Psion Series 5mx, Psion Revo/Revo Plus/Diamond Mako
ARM720T NXP Semiconductors LH7952x Zipit Wireless Messenger
StrongARM Digital SA-110, SA-1100, SA-1110
SA-110
Apple Newton 2x00 series, Acorn Risc PC, Rebel/Corel Netwinder, Chalice CATS
SA-1100
Psion netBook, Empeg Car
SA-1110
LART (computer), Intel Assabet, Ipaq H36x0, Balloon2, Zaurus SL-5x00, HP Jornada 7xx, Jornada 560 series
ARM810 Acorn Risc PC prototype CPU card
ARM920T Atmel AT91RM9200, AT91SAM9, Cirrus Logic EP9302, EP9307, EP9312, EP9315, Samsung S3C2442 and S3C2410 Armadillo, GP32, GP2X (first core), Tapwave Zodiac (Motorola i.MX1), Hewlett-Packard HP-49/50 Calculators, Sun SPOT, HTC TyTN, FIC Neo FreeRunner,[1] Garmin Navigation Devices (mid–late 2000s), TomTom navigation devices[2]
ARM922T NXP Semiconductors LH7A40x
ARM940T GP2X (second core), Meizu M6 Mini Player[3][4]
ARM926EJ-S Texas Instruments OMAP1710, OMAP1610, OMAP1611, OMAP1612, OMAP-L137, OMAP-L138; Qualcomm MSM6xxx; Freescale i.MX21, i.MX27, i.MX28, Atmel AT91SAM9, NXP Semiconductors LPC3xxx, Samsung S3C2412, NEC C10046F5-211-PN2-A SoC – undocumented core in the ATi Hollywood graphics chip used in the Wii,[5] Telechips TCC7801, TCC7901, ZiiLABS ZMS-05, Rockchip RK2806 and RK2808, NeoMagic MiMagic Family MM6, MM6+, MM8, MTV., CSR Quatro 4300 series Mobile phones: Sony Ericsson (K, W series); Siemens and Benq (x65 series and newer); LG Arena; GPH Wiz; Squeezebox Duet Controller (Samsung S3C2412). Squeezebox Radio; Buffalo TeraStation Live (NAS); Drobo FS (NAS); Western Digital MyBook I World Edition; Western Digital MyBook II World Edition; Seagate FreeAgent DockStar STDSD10G-RK; Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home; Chumby Classic
ARM946E-S Nintendo DS, Nokia N-Gage, Canon PowerShot A470, Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Conexant 802.11 chips, Samsung S5L2010
ARM966E-S STMicroelectronics STR91xF[6]
ARM968E-S NXP Semiconductors LPC29xx
ARM1026EJ-S Conexant so4610 and so4615 ADSL SoC
XScale Intel 80200, 80219, PXA210, PXA250, PXA255, PXA263, PXA26x, PXA27x, PXA3xx, PXA900, IXC1100, IXP42x
80219
Thecus N2100
IOP321
Iyonix
PXA210/PXA250
Zaurus SL-5600, iPAQ H3900, Sony CLIÉ NX60, NX70V, NZ90
PXA255
Gumstix basix & connex, Palm Tungsten E2, Zaurus SL-C860, Mentor Ranger & Stryder, iRex ILiad
PXA263
Sony CLIÉ NX73V, NX80V
PXA26x
Palm Tungsten T3
PXA27x
Gumstix verdex, "Trizeps-Modules", "eSOM270-Module" PXA270 COM, HTC Universal, HP hx4700, Zaurus SL-C1000, 3000, 3100, 3200, Dell Axim x30, x50, and x51 series, Motorola Q, Balloon3, Trolltech Greenphone, Palm TX, Motorola Ezx Platform A728, A780, A910, A1200, E680, E680i, E680g, E690, E895, Rokr E2, Rokr E6, Fujitsu Siemens LOOX N560, Toshiba Portégé G500, Palm Trēo 650-755p, Palm Centro, Zipit Z2, HP iPaq 614c Business Navigator, I-mate PDA2
PXA3XX
Samsung Omnia, Samsung SGH-i780
PXA900
Blackberry 8700, Blackberry Pearl (8100)
IXP42x
NSLU2
ARM1136J(F)-S Texas Instruments OMAP2420, Qualcomm MSM7200, MSM7201A, MSM7225, MSM7227, Freescale i.MX31 and MXC300-30, CSR Quatro 4230
OMAP2420
Nokia E90, Nokia N93, Nokia N95, Nokia N82, Zune, BUGbase,[7] Nokia N800, Nokia N810
MSM7200
Eten Glofiish, HTC TyTN II, HTC Nike
Freescale i.MX31
original Zune 30 GB, Toshiba Gigabeat S and Kindle DX
Freescale MXC300-30 
Nokia E63, Nokia E71, Nokia 5800, Nokia E51, Nokia 6700 Classic, Nokia 6120 Classic, Nokia 6210 Navigator, Nokia 6220 Classic, Nokia 6290, Nokia 6710 Navigator, Nokia 6720 Classic, Nokia E75, Nokia N97, Nokia N81
Qualcomm MSM7201A
HTC Dream, HTC Magic, Motorola i1, Motorola Z6, HTC Hero, Samsung SGH-i627 (Propel Pro), Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro
Qualcomm MSM7225
HTC Wildfire
Qualcomm MSM7227
Samsung Galaxy Ace, Samsung Galaxy Mini, ZTE Link, HTC Wildfire S, HTC Legend, HTC Aria, Viewsonic ViewPad 7[8][9]
ARM1176JZ(F)-S Broadcom BCM2835, Conexant CX2427X, Nvidia GoForce 6100;[10] Telechips TCC9101, TCC9201, TCC8900, Fujitsu MB86H60, Samsung S3C6410, S3C6430,[11] Qualcomm MSM7627, Infineon X-GOLD 213 Apple iPhone (original and 3G), Apple iPod touch (1st and 2nd Generation), Motorola RIZR Z8, Motorola RIZR Z10, Nintendo 3DS
Broadcom BCM2835
Raspberry Pi, Roku 2
S3C6410
Samsung Omnia II, Samsung Moment, Samsung M910 Intercept, SmartQ 5, Samsung I5700,
Qualcomm MSM7627
Palm Pixi, LG Optimus V (VM670) and Motorola Calgary/Devour
Telechips TCC8900
StorageSolutions Scroll 7" (Resistive/Capacitive), StorageSolutions miScroll 7", StorageSolutions Scroll 8"
ARM11 MPCore Nvidia APX 2500 (Tegra), CSR Quatro 4500 series, Quatro 5300 series
Cortex-A5 Telechips TCC892x, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM7225A/MSM7625A/MSM7227A/MSM7627A, Atmel SAMA5D3x
Cortex-A7 Allwinner A20, Allwinner A31
Cortex-A8 Allwinner A10, Allwinner A13, Texas Instruments OMAP3xxx series, Freescale i.MX51-SOC, Freescale i.MX53 QSB, Apple A4, ZiiLABS ZMS-08, Snapdragon, Samsung Hummingbird S5PC100/S5PC110, Marvell ARMADA 500/600, Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8672/MSM8260/MSM8660(based on Cortex A8), Rockchip RK2918[12] HTC Desire, SBM7000, Oregon State University OSWALD, Gumstix Overo Earth, Pandora, Apple iPhone 3GS, Apple iPod touch (3rd and 4th Generation), Apple iPad (A4), Apple iPhone 4 (A4), Apple TV (Second Generation) (A4), Archos 5, Archos 43, BeagleBoard, Genesi EFIKA MX, Motorola Droid, Motorola Droid X, Motorola Droid 2, Motorola Droid R2D2 Edition, Palm Pre, Palm Pre 2, HP Veer, HP Pre 3, Samsung Omnia HD, Samsung Wave S8500, Samsung i9000 Galaxy S, Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab, Sony Ericsson Satio, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Touch Book, Nokia N900, Meizu M9, Google Nexus S, Galaxy SL, Sharp PC-Z1 "Netwalker".
Cortex-A9 Texas Instruments OMAP4, ST-Ericsson NovaThor U8500 / U9500, Nvidia Tegra2, Tegra3, Samsung Orion / Exynos 4210, STMicroelectronics SPEAr1310, Xilinx Extensible Processing Platform,[13] Trident PNX847x/8x/9x STB SoC,[14] Freescale i.MX6,[15] Apple A5 Samsung Galaxy S II (Samsung Exynos), Sony Xperia U, Samsung Galaxy S III, Apple iPad 2 & iPhone 4S (A5), BlackBerry PlayBook (TI OMAP4430), LG Optimus 2X, LG Optimus 3D, Motorola Atrix 4G, Motorola DROID BIONIC, Motorola Xoom, PandaBoard, PlayStation Vita, HP TouchPad, Acer ICONIA TAB A-series, HTC Sensation, HTC EVO 3D, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Lenovo IdeaPad K2
Cortex-A12
Cortex-A15 Texas Instruments OMAP5, Samsung Exynos 5250, ST Ericsson NovaThor A9600,[16] Fujitsu,[17] Nvidia Tegra 4 Samsung/Google Nexus 10, Samsung Chromebook XE303
Cortex-R4(F) Broadcom, Texas Instruments RM4, TMS570
Cortex-R5F Scaleo OLEA
Cortex-M0 STM32 F0, NXP Semiconductors LPC11xx, LPC12xx,[18] Triad Semiconductor,[19] Melfas,[20] Chungbuk Technopark,[21] Nuvoton,[22] austriamicrosystems,[23] Rohm[24]
Cortex-M0+ NXP Semiconductors LPC8xx Freescale Kinetis L
Cortex-M1 Actel ProASIC3, ProASIC3L, IGLOO and Fusion PSC devices, Altera Cyclone III, other FPGA products are also supported e.g. Synplicity[25]
Cortex-M3 Texas Instruments Stellaris, STMicroelectronics STM32 F2 / F1 / L1 / W, NXP Semiconductors LPC13xx, LPC17xx, LPC18xx, Toshiba TMPM330,[26] Ember EM3xx, Atmel AT91SAM3, Europe Technologies EasyBCU, Energy Micro EFM32, Actel SmartFusion, mbed microcontroller, Cypress PSoC5 Arduino Due,[27] Pebble[28]
Cortex-M4(F) Freescale Kinetis (M4), NXP Semiconductors LPC4xxx (M4F), STMicroelectronics STM32 F4 / F3 (M4F), Texas Instruments (M4F) Tiva series Teensy 3.0
ARM Core Devices Products

See also[edit]

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