Arm Flexible Access extended to include research


Earlier this year, Arm announced the availability of Arm Flexible Access making it easier to access access and license Arm technology for semiconductor design.

This new engagement model has enabled silicon design teams to have more freedom to experiment, evaluate and innovate by initiating projects and fully designing their SoCs before they license IP, paying only for what they use at production.

Arm is looking to build on this and to strengthen the company’s long-standing commitment to academia and research, and has announced Arm Flexible Access for Research.

This new program will provide the research community with access to a wide range of cutting-edge IP without any fees or costs, using a simple click-through end-user licensing agreement (EULA) and thus providing accelerated access to Arm IP.

Through the company’s dedicated Research Enablement and Collaboration team, Arm already provides access to IP and tools to enable innovative projects and establish collaborations with institutions around the world. In addition, the Arm University Program and Arm Education Media empower educators and students by offering resources to accelerate learning through market-leading education materials and technologies. Building on this strong foundation of academic offerings, Arm Flexible Access for Research will give academic researchers greater freedom to experiment and explore the possibilities available with real-world, commercially proven IP.

The IP available through Arm Flexible Access for Research has been carefully selected to be of the greatest use to academics and researchers and will include the majority of processors within the Arm Cortex-A, -R and -M families, along with access to complete RTL subsystems and tools which will open up new innovation opportunities for any research project.

Alongside the enhanced portfolio of IP and tools becoming available, Arm is also developing an online community, Arm Research SoC Labs, to help academic researchers share their designs and gain valuable peer feedback to help inform their research. As part of this vibrant, open-access design ecosystem, academic researchers will be able to increase the visibility of their projects and designs, and benefit from the work of other research teams around the world.

Arm Flexible Access for Research is expected to be available in early 2020, and we will be posting updates as soon as they become available. More information on our Research Enablement program can be found at the links below.

Neil Tyler

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