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The word arms may refer to:

  • The arm is anatomically the part of the body extending from the shoulder to the elbow. In laymen's terms, arm means the entire upper limb.
  • A coat of arms; see heraldry
  • Armaments; see weapon
  • The arms of an octopus, squid or cuttlefish
  • In genetics, Amplification Refractory Mutation System (ARMS)
  • ARM as an abbreviation.
  • ARMs, a type of weapon in the Wild ARMs video game franchise.

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ARM - The Architecture for the Digital World (1157 words)
ARM also operates a worldwide network of Approved Training Center partners and hosts open web discussion forums.
ARM licenses its technology to more than 200 world-leading semiconductor companies.
The ARM Connected Community is the broadest coalition of partner companies and most comprehensive ecosystem in the industry.
ARM architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2381 words)
ARM CPUs are found in all corners of consumer electronics, from portable devices (PDAs, mobile phones, media players, handheld gaming units, and calculators) to computer peripherals (hard drives, desktop routers.) The most noticeable branch in this family nowadays is Intel's XScale.
ARM has implemented a technology that allows certain of their architectures to execute Java bytecode natively in hardware, as another execution mode.
Although ARM's license terms are covered by NDA, within the IP industry, ARM is widely known to be among the most expensive CPU cores.
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