ITRI partners with Arm to open IoT certification lab in Taipei

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Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has joined forces with global semiconductor and software designer Arm to establish a new ITRI・Arm SystemReady Lab in Taipei. This certification centre is the fourth of its kind worldwide after similar labs in the US, Europe, and India.

The new lab will leverage ITRI’s research and development strengths combined with Arm’s SystemReady compliance program to offer comprehensive certification services for the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) industry. The initiative aims to drive the integration of AI and IoT ecosystems across Taiwan’s industrial sectors.

Pei-Zen Chang, ITRI’s Executive Vice President, said: “In 2021, ITRI and Arm jointly established a new IC design platform for startups, which not only facilitated startups in integrating key IPs to accelerate the launch of globally competitive products but also bolstered Taiwan’s IC design industry’s global market share.

”ITRI has again joined forces with Arm to establish the lab, which is expected to closely mesh Taiwan’s semiconductor supply chain with Arm’s global ecosystem, ensuring the high quality of Taiwan’s equipment manufacturers’ products while adhering to international standards.”

CK Tseng, President of Arm Taiwan, commented: “Arm is the world’s most pervasive computing platform, and this new collaboration with ITRI demonstrates our commitment to the Taiwan market.

”Through the Arm SystemReady Labs already in operation, globally, we have achieved over 130 certifications, and with this fourth lab, we aim to further advance not just Taiwan’s but Asia’s AIoT industry, particularly in device manufacturing, through standardisation.”

The certification services provided by the new ITRIï½¥Arm lab are expected to strengthen Taiwan’s position in the AIoT market by ensuring local manufacturers’ products meet the latest industry requirements and specifications. This will help drive innovation and global competitiveness for Taiwan’s tech sector.

“We look forward to further collaboration with ecosystem partners like ITRI as we build the future of IoT on Arm,” Tseng concludes.

See also: Qt and Qualcomm collaborate to accelerate IoT development

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