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ARM extends accreditation programme to MCU engineers

20 Sep 2013

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The ARM Accredited MCU Engineer (AAME) programme will focus on software aspects of ARMv6 and ARMv7 Cortex-M architecture profiles and is aimed primarily at embedded software engineers who are familiar with the ARM Cortex-M processor series and want to demonstrate their knowledge of ARM MCU technology. AAME complements ARM's existing accreditation programme focusing on Cortex-A and Cortex-R technology.

Full details, including the official syllabus and learning resources, are now available on the AAE website.

The AAE programme is administered globally by ARM partner Prometric. Interested participants can visit Prometric's website for exam registration and scheduling.




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