ARM and Microsoft develop tools to simplify end-to-end data transfer.

Arm Ltd said on Thursday it was working with Microsoft Corp to develop tools to help software developers transfer data from microsensors to Microsoft’s cloud computing services. ARM is currently in the process of being acquired by Nvidia Corp for $40 billion, and Arm designs chips that include chips for “Internet of Things” connected devices.

ARM and Microsoft develop tools to simplify end-to-end data transfer.

However, Arm’s process of transferring data from sensors in the device to the cloud for analysis and then returning the results to the machine is not smooth. For example, signals that need to be maintained, etc.

Arm and Microsoft’s new partnership aims to provide a common set of tools for the entire end-to-end process.

“We’ve taken care of the big things, and this simplified AI experience will scale it up,” Dipti Vachani, senior vice president of Arm’s automotive and Internet of Things division, said in an interview. “