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ARM Holdings is a company that designs microprocessors, physical intellectual property, and related technology and software. It also sells development tools that enhance the performance of embedded applications. ARM's products include microprocessor cores and physical IP components for the design and manufacture of integrated circuits. The company offers a portfolio of development tools, including simulation models of ARM processors and system IP, models used to create virtual prototypes, and integrated suites of software development tools. It provides support, maintenance, and training services to licensees, systems companies, and other systems designers.

TypePrivate
Founded1990
HQCambridge, GB
Websitearm.com
Employee Ratings4.1

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)8,117
Job Openings1
Revenue (FY, 2019)£1.4 B(+2%)
Share Price (Sept 2016)$67.4 (+2%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at ARM

Simon Segars

Simon Segars

Chief Executive Officer
Rene Haas

Rene Haas

President, IP Products Group (IPG)
Graham Budd

Graham Budd

President and Chief Operating Officer
Inder M. Singh

Inder M. Singh

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Carolyn Herzog

Carolyn Herzog

EVP and General Counsel
Kirsty Gill

Kirsty Gill

Chief People Officer
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ARM Office Locations

ARM has offices in Cambridge, Belfast, Fulbourn, Glasgow and in 28 other locations
Cambridge, GB (HQ)
ARM1, 110 Fulbourn Rd
Belfast, GB
7 Clarendon Rd
Cambridge, GB
Building 100, Rustat House, 60 Clifton Rd
Cambridge, GB
Eastbrook, Shaftesbury Rd
Fulbourn, GB
Capital Park, 1 Cambridge Rd
Glasgow, GB
St Vincent Plaza
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ARM Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1990
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ARM Revenue

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ARM's revenue was reported to be £1.39 b in FY, 2019 which is a 1.4% increase from the previous period.
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Revenue (FY, 2019)

1.4b

Revenue growth (FY, 2018 - FY, 2019), %

1.4%

Gross profit (FY, 2019)

1.3b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2019), %

92.8%

Net income (FY, 2019)

1.0b

EBIT (FY, 2019)

75.3m

Cash (31-Mar-2019)

1.1b
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Revenue

1.5b1.4b1.4b

Revenue growth, %

1%

Cost of goods sold

57.6m83.2m99.4m

Gross profit

1.5b1.3b1.3b
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Cash

148.5m251.9m1.1b

Accounts Receivable

154.4m210.4m358.2m

Prepaid Expenses

30.0m37.4m50.1m

Inventories

2.1m2.1m2.9m
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Cash From Operating Activities

380.2k261.2m(25.8m)

Purchases of PP&E

(39.3m)(79.0m)(83.8m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(269.7m)(121.1m)822.1m

Long-term Borrowings

(9.2m)(14.3m)(12.2m)
GBPFY, 2017

Revenue/Employee

315.6k

Financial Leverage

1.3 x
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ARM Operating Metrics

FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Arm-based Chips Shipped to Date

17.70 b21.30 b22.90 b

Offices

45 49 41

Patents and Patent Applications

4.50 k6.62 k7.53 k

Technology Partners

1 k1 k1 k
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ARM Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Treasure DataJuly 29, 2018$600 m
Stream TechnologiesJune 12, 2018
SimulityJuly 01, 2017
NextG-ComFebruary 22, 2017
MistbaseFebruary 20, 2017
Allinea SoftwareDecember 16, 2016
Apical Ltd.May 18, 2016$350 m
Carbon Design SystemsOctober 19, 2015
Sansa SecurityJuly 30, 2015$70 m
WicentricApril 16, 2015
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ARM Revenue Breakdown

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ARM revenue breakdown by business segment: 60.8% from Royalties, 6.4% from Licensing - Over Time, 23.3% from Licensing - Point in Time and 9.5% from Other

ARM revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 56.3% from Far East, 7.9% from Europe and 35.8% from North America

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ARM Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

84/100

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ARM Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

CSRHub ESG ratingPremium dataset

60-79

out of 100

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ARM Online and Social Media Presence

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ARM News and Updates

Arm partners with Mentor to offer complete verification service

SoC design is a multifaceted process and we are seeing new levels of technological innovation across sectors including automotive, industrial, and healthcare. The complex processor designs that power this technology require more than 100 years of people effort, with a large portion of that time bein…

Arm awarded TSMC OIP Partner of the Year award for Processor IP for six years in a row

Arm today announced that it has been recognized by TSMC as a recipient of the OIP Partner of the Year award for its best-in-class Processor IP for the sixth consecutive year.

Latest NPU adds to Arm’s AI Platform performance, applicability, and efficiency

With an ever-increasing range of devices adding artificial intelligence (AI) functionality, Arm today announced the latest member of its Ethos product line, the Arm Ethos-U65 microNPU (Neural Processing Unit). Focused on AI/machine learning (ML) processing, and providing a new performance point and…

What to expect: Arm DevSummit 2020, Day 3

Arm’s Editor-In-Chief, Brian Fuller, shares what’s ahead for the final day of Arm DevSummit 2020 and a roundup of news from Day 2. Arm DevSummit Day 3 kicks off on October 8 with a keynote from Dipti Vachani, SVP and GM, Automotive & IoT Line of Business, Arm.

Pushing the boundaries of performance and security to unleash the power of 64-bit computing

Arm highlights its next two generations of CPUs, codenamed Matterhorn and Makalu, with up to a 30% performance uplift Starting with Arm’s 2022 IP, all future Cortex-A “big” cores will only support 64-bit Arm’s updated Client roadmap delivers a Total Compute approach with an emphasis on performanc…

What to expect: Arm DevSummit 2020, Day 2

Arm’s Editor-in-Chief, Brian Fuller, fills you in on Arm news from Day 1 of Arm DevSummit, followed by highlights of what to expect on Day 2 which begins at 8:00am PDT, October 7 with a keynote from Arm President of IP Products Group, Rene Haas. Stay tuned for more from Brian tomorrow!
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ARM Blogs

CES 2021: AR Glasses, AI Chips and Automated Astronomy

From smart telescopes to computational storage, digital health to endpoint AI, CES 2021 had it all—proving that an all-digital show needn’t get in the way of showcasing technological innovation. The post CES 2021: AR Glasses, AI Chips and Automated Astronomy appeared first on Arm Blueprint.

CES 2021: Where’s the Clinical Value in Digital Health Devices?

Ahead of a virtual CES 2021 sure to be packed with new digital health devices, Arm's Peter Ferguson explores what it takes to build a device suitable for both home and professional healthcare environments. The post CES 2021: Where’s the Clinical Value in Digital Health Devices? appeared first on Arm…

Approaching Exascale: Arm-based Supercomputers Lead the HPC Charge

Simon McIntosh-Smith, Professor of High-Performance Computing at the University of Bristol, discusses what the Arm-based Isambard supercomputer—and its peers—could help us achieve in the years ahead The post Approaching Exascale: Arm-based Supercomputers Lead the HPC Charge appeared first on Arm Blu…

HPC in the Cloud? Yes, No and In Between

Arm Senior Director of HPC, Brent Gorda, explores what's needed for HPC to catch up with the rest of the cloud party. The post HPC in the Cloud? Yes, No and In Between appeared first on Arm Blueprint.

Cloud AI, Edge AI, Endpoint AI. What’s the Difference?

Arm technology enables AI throughout the compute spectrum. Here, we explain the benefits and limitations of AI compute in cloud, edge and endpoint devices. The post Cloud AI, Edge AI, Endpoint AI. What’s the Difference? appeared first on Arm Blueprint.

Arm at 30: A Story of Patience, Focus and Vision

Arm CTO Dipesh Patel examines how a small team of engineers working out of an old Cambridge turkey barn created a thriving business today The post Arm at 30: A Story of Patience, Focus and Vision appeared first on Arm Blueprint.
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ARM Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was ARM founded?

    ARM was founded in 1990.

  • Who are ARM key executives?

    ARM's key executives are Simon Segars, Rene Haas and Graham Budd.

  • How many employees does ARM have?

    ARM has 8,117 employees.

  • What is ARM revenue?

    Latest ARM annual revenue is £1.4 b.

  • What is ARM revenue per employee?

    Latest ARM revenue per employee is £171 k.

  • Who are ARM competitors?

    Competitors of ARM include CML Microsystems, Intel and IBM.

  • Where is ARM headquarters?

    ARM headquarters is located at ARM1, 110 Fulbourn Rd, Cambridge.

  • Where are ARM offices?

    ARM has offices in Cambridge, Belfast, Fulbourn, Glasgow and in 28 other locations.

  • How many offices does ARM have?

    ARM has 40 offices.