ARM's goal is to put the real brain into the Internet device

British chip design company announced its ARM Cortex-M7 processor design today. ARM hopes to strengthen the brain in Internet devices, embedded appliances such as refrigerators, drones and audio speakers. These devices will be more powerful and have better battery life.

Cortex-M7 processor design, ARM will be licensed to hundreds of companies, and the electronic device chips they manufacture also have such a processor design. The Cortex-M7 is a 32-bit processor that can provide twice the computational performance. Digital Signal Processing Function of a Generation of ARM Microcontrollers