DescriptionARM's business model is based on licensing intellectual property (IP) to partners. At the same time, it has built a software ecosystem that is leveraged by, contributed to and maintained by the partnership. The efforts of ARM and its partners in the domain of high-end systems are creating a diverse ecosystem of components for high-performance computing (HPC) and high-performance data analytics (HPDA). The key enabling technologies include the ARMv8 architecture including the scalable vector extension (SVE); optimized operating systems, compilers, math libraries, development environment, debugging and profiling tools; and reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) support. This talk will focus on ARM's journey towards exascale through co-design with partners in US, European, and Japanese programs; cover the current state of HPC relevant developments within the ARM hardware and software ecosystem; and give an overview of some existing and future ARM system deployments.