ARM share price: Company posts second-quarter update
Group revenues in US$ up 9% year-on-year
Japanese telecoms group bets on ‘internet of things’
FTSE 100 chip maker pays $350 million for Apical
Group revenues in US$ up 14% year-on-year
ARM share price slumps again as Bernstein downgrades stock
Analysts expect slower royalty revenue and EPS growthFebruary 2016
ARM share price falls despite double-digit rise in Q4 sales and profit
Liberum says unusual wording hints at cautious 2016 outlookFebruary 2016
ARM share price: Company releases fourth-quarter results
Q4 processor royalty revenues up 24 percent year-on-yearFebruary 2016
ARM share price jumps on strong third-quarter results
Royalty revenues growth drives profit upOctober 2015
ARM share price: Company releases third-quarter results
Processor royalty revenue up 37 percent year-on-yearOctober 2015
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ARM Holdings’ share price surges on Geomerics acquisition
Possible future business with Google provides further momentum to chipmaker’s sharesDecember 2013
Facebook said to be eyeing ARM server chips
Google reportedly making similar moveDecember 2013
ARM share price slides with royalty revenue disappointing
Apple chip maker’s third-quarter total revenue climbs 27 percentOctober 2013
ARM share price: Company to buy Wicentric and Sunrise Micro Devices
ARM positioned to exploit Internet of Things with latest acquisitionsApril 2015
Company buys Duolog Technologies
Deal expected to strengthen chip designer’s CoreLink Interconnect and CoreSight productsMay 2014
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About ARM Holdings plc
ARM Holdings Plc (LON:ARM, NASDAQ:ARMH) is a UK semiconductor and software design company. The company designs microprocessors, physical intellectual property and related technology and software, and sells development tools.
ARM licenses technology designs to international companies which manufacture, market and sell microprocessors, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and application-specific standard processors (ASSPs) based on ARMâs technology. The partner companies adopting the ARM technology pay an up-front licence fee to gain access to a design and also a royalty on every chip using the licensed design.
ARMâs solutions are used in a variety of applications, including in the automotive, consumer entertainment, digital imaging, mass storage, networking, security, and wireless industries. The company has licensed its technology over 900 times to more than 300 partners, who have shipped over 30 billion ARM-based chips. ARM Holdings is headquartered in Cambridge and its primary listing is on the London Stock Exchange. ARMâs shares are also listed on the NASDAQ as American Depository Receipts (ADRs).
The company was incorporated in 1990 as Advanced RISC Machines (ARM) when it was spun out of Acorn Computer Group and Apple Computerâs collaboration efforts. VLSI Technology became an investor and the first licensee. In 1998, ARM Holdings Plc was floated on LSE and NASDAQ. The company joined the FTSE 100 index in 1999.