The ARMV9 instruction set architecture is not subject to U.S. Export Administration regulations

ARM on March 31 unveiled its next-generation instruction set architecture, ARMv9, to meet the demands of ubiquitous professional processing with increasingly powerful security and artificial intelligence capabilities. This is ARM's biggest technological innovation in a decade. The previous generation of ARMv8 was released in October 2011. ARM says the ARMv9 architecture will compete with Intel in security and artificial intelligence.

Shipments of ARM-based chips continue to grow, with more than 100 billion shipped over the past five years. At this rate of growth, 100 percent of the world's shared data will soon be processed on an ARM chip, whether at an endpoint, in a data network or in the cloud. As AI, the Internet of Things and 5G take off around the world, the new features in ARMv9 will accelerate the transition from general-purpose computing to more specialized computing in every application.

During the question-and-answer session, the person in charge of ARM responded to the current cooperation progress with Huawei: ARM has both American IP and non-American IP. After a thorough review, ARM has determined that its ARMv9 architecture is not subject to the U.S. Export Administration (EAR). ARM has notified the US government of this