Raspberry Pi has been using Arm CPUs since its inception in 2008.
Arm has acquired a minority stake in Raspberry Pi in a strategic investment.
The partnership aims to strengthen Arm's presence in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem.
Raspberry Pi's low-cost computers are popular among IoT developers for various purposes.
Raspberry Pi has prioritized industrial and commercial partners, potentially making it harder for students and enthusiasts to purchase their computers at retail price.
The partnership with Arm could help Raspberry Pi defend against the threat of RISC-V, an open-source processor design that could compete with Arm's products.
Arm has expressed concerns about the rising popularity of RISC-V and its potential impact on their business.
The investment from Arm could enhance Raspberry Pi's position in the single-board computer market and protect against competition.
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