provider of 16/32-bit embedded RISC microprocessor solutions, today launched the ARM Design Contest for Education.
The contest begins on March 7, 2001 and ends June 30, 2001. Participation is open to any student, or group of students, from
Universities and senior/high schools. The subject of the design is open but the system must include or simulate at least one ARM
processor. Design examples could include hardware & software: uHAL embedded RT Linux applications, cryptography, low-power
applications, IPs, Evaluator(TM) 7T board extensions, simulation, language interpreters and compilers. ARM is not only interested in
new low-cost, low-power solutions; entrants will also be judged upon the innovation of their designs.