The Judge Group Partners with Arm to Launch a Center of Excellence for IoT and Machine Learning Development

The Judge Group

WAYNE, PAThe Judge Group announced this week the creation of a new Center of Excellence. This initiative combines The Judge Group’s expertise in technology consulting, staffing, and training with cutting-edge virtual hardware technology provided by Arm®, a leading technology provider.

The collaboration focuses on Arm Virtual Hardware, a novel solution that offers software developers ready-to-use models of Arm-based subsystems, Systems on Chips (SoCs), and products through cloud applications. This technology aims to revolutionize the way developers work by simplifying, automating, and accelerating the software maintenance and development processes while also reducing costs.

The Center of Excellence established by The Judge Group is poised to play a crucial role in supporting customers through the development of new virtualized models of Arm-based hardware platforms. This support will enable faster prototyping, implementation, and deployment phases. By providing access to highly skilled engineering talent and technical training, The Judge Group intends to help customers seamlessly integrate Arm Virtual Hardware into their service offerings or enhance their product features, dramatically shortening the time to market and enhancing overall efficiency.

Brian Anderson, President of The Judge Group, emphasized the importance of offering targeted strategic solutions to meet the unique challenges faced by various industries. He highlighted the partnership with Arm as a testament to The Judge Group’s commitment to empowering clients with innovative solutions, particularly in leveraging virtualized Arm-based hardware to its full potential.

This partnership allows organizations to harness the latest in Arm technology and developer solutions, facilitating accelerated development of IoT and AI/machine learning software within the cloud. Among the benefits touted are a faster time to market due to reduced manual testing and decreased dependence on physical prototypes, greater reliability, safety, and the ability to scale engineering efforts without being hindered by hardware availability.

Furthermore, the introduction of Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) parity in new virtual platforms enables developers to build, integrate, test, release, and deploy software more swiftly and efficiently.

John Thompson, Senior Director, Software and Ecosystems, IoT Line of Business at Arm, underlined the growing importance of virtual hardware in an era where software proliferation is expanding across various sectors, including IoT and automotive. He stressed the critical nature of accelerating development cycles and how the partnership with The Judge Group is designed to support Arm partners in crafting next-generation, customized Arm-based solutions.

This initiative by The Judge Group and Arm represents a significant step forward in meeting the demands of an increasingly competitive and fast-paced technology landscape, paving the way for more innovative, efficient, and cost-effective development processes in the IoT and machine learning domains.

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