Simon Segars, the president of ARM Holdings who will take over as CEO of the IC design company next month, plans to continue ARM's strategy of providing low-power chip designs for a widening set of applications in computing and communications, Stacey Higginbotham writes. "This is what Segars sees for the future of ARM: More devices with computing and connectivity trying to share data on a variety of networks," she writes, adding, "You can call it the Internet of Things or just the obvious direction we're heading as a technology-inclined society."

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