ARM has announced a strategic investment in Raspberry Pi. The corporation has acquired a minority stake in Raspberry Pi, expanding the successful long-term partnership between the two companies.

According to the corporation, this investment further strengthens a partnership that began in 2008 and has resulted in the release of many popular Arm-based Raspberry Pi products for students, hobbyists, and commercial developers.

“With the rapid growth of edge and endpoint AI applications, platforms like those from Raspberry Pi, built on Arm, are critical to driving the adoption of high-performance IoT devices globally by enabling developers to innovate faster and more easily. This strategic investment is further proof of our continued commitment to the developer community, and to our partnership with Raspberry Pi,” said Paul Williamson, Senior Vice President of ARM.

We also remind you that at the end of October, the single-board computer Raspberry Pi 5 went on sale.