Arm, the company behind the popular Arm instruction set architecture, has acquired a minority stake in Raspberry Pi. The investment is a sign of Arm’s commitment to the Raspberry Pi platform, which has become a popular choice for makers, hobbyists, and educators alike.

The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Arm said that it would be working with Raspberry Pi to develop new products and services based on the Arm architecture. Arm also said that it would be providing support to Raspberry Pi’s community of developers and users.

The investment is a win-win for both companies. Arm gains access to Raspberry Pi’s large and engaged community, while Raspberry Pi gains access to Arm’s resources and expertise. The partnership is likely to lead to the development of new and innovative products that will benefit both companies and their customers.