October 22, 2020
Nordic Semiconductor’s partnership with Arm began in the summer of 2012 when Nordic re-defined the Bluetooth Low Energy market with the launch of its nRF51 Series of Systems-on-Chips (SoCs). For the first time, these chips uniquely separated the wireless protocol stack from the application software and included a 32-bit Arm Cortex-M based processor and enough embedded memory to run Bluetooth LE and proprietary 2.4GHz or ANT wireless technologies, enabling connected IoT products from a single chip
Nordic’s first Arm Cortex-M based SoC was launched in 2012 with the introduction of Nordic’s nRF51 Series. Since then, each successive ultra-low power Nordic SoC has included an Arm Cortex-M processor, allowing Nordic chips to support every major ultra-low power wireless standard including Bluetooth, Thread, Zigbee, ANT, 2.4GHz proprietary, and NFC wireless technologies from a single chip.
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