ARM Norway

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ARM Norway
Subsidiary
Founded 1998
Headquarters Trondheim, Norway
Products Semiconductor intellectual property
Parent ARM Holdings

ARM Norway is a fabless semiconductor company based in Trondheim, Norway founded in 2000 as Falanx Microsystems. It was purchased by ARM Holdings in June 2006[1] and renamed to ARM Norway.

ARM Norway develops graphics accelerators for OpenGL three-dimensional rendering, with emphasis on low electric power consumption, suitable for use in portable devices like mobile phones. Their main product is called Mali.

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  1. ^ http://www.arm.com/about/newsroom/13706.php Acquisition of Falanx Microsystems

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