Cortex-M Series

The Cortex-M processors are aimed at microcontroller and embedded applications with a 32-bit architecture (Armv7-M supports the Thumb and Armv8-M a variant of the Thumb 32 instruction set), a Protected Memory System Architecture (PMSA) and run dedicated operating systems.

The year of introductions are, M3 (2004), M0 (2009), M4 (2010), M0+ (2012), M7 (2014), M23/M33 (2016)

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