The company behind the Arm-powered Android-powered ARM-equipped smartphone announced that it has added its first new service since launching the device last year: the Arm Training Network (ATN).
The service offers mobile training to the general public and a dedicated team of trained trainers.
It’s an attempt to capitalize on the growing demand for training in the digital age.
ATN was launched as part of ARM’s upcoming $3 billion fund, a major funding round that was announced last month.
The ARM-branded smartphone is available in the US for $499, while the device itself costs $499.
That price includes the wireless mesh networking module that will be installed in the device, which comes with a 30-day trial period, as well as two free months of training for Android devices.
“The training community is hungry for an alternative to traditional video and audio-based training.
Training is essential to improving your job performance, as it allows you to learn from the world’s best and learn faster,” said Arm cofounder and chief executive officer David Eustace.
“This partnership with ATN will provide an easy way for our training community to get the best training experience in the world.”ATN has been in development since 2013, when the company partnered with the University of Southern California (USC) to develop the device.
It has since expanded to include universities and companies around the world.
The company has partnered with companies such as Google and the UK’s Royal College of Nursing to help train students.
ATNs are also used to teach medical students and other professionals.
The ATN service, which is now available in both the US and Europe, comes as Google, the world leader in mobile computing, has recently introduced its own training services, which include a series of online video courses and audio courses.
ATn also supports the ARM-based Google Pixel smartphone, as its software is open source and licensed under the LGPL (General Public Licence) 3.0.ATN was originally launched by a small startup called Arm.
The first device it launched was called the Arm One, which had a camera, a GPS chip, and an antenna, among other things.
It was the first smartphone with an ARM processor and ARM-specific hardware.
But its battery life was not great, and it had a fairly poor camera.
It launched in 2014, when it was renamed the Arm Elite.
That device was a $1,999 device with a 16-megapixel camera.
It also included an accelerometer, proximity sensor, and NFC technology, but it did not have an LTE radio.
In 2016, the company updated the product with an upgraded version with an LTE antenna, NFC, and dual-band WiFi.