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OSS+ELC show returns live with RISC-V, AI, Martian rovers, and 30 years of Tux

Jul 23, 2021 — views: 138

The Linux Foundation has posted a schedule for its Open Source Summit + Embedded Linux Conference, to be held (live this time) on Sep. 27 to Oct. 1 in Seattle. RISC-V is a big topic, and there is a keynote on the Martian Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter.

Modules and dev kits expand upon Qualcomm QCS8250

Jul 22, 2021 — views: 232

Thundercomm’s “TurboX C865 SOM” and dev kit and eInfochips’ “EIC-QCS8250-210” Mini-ITX run Android 10 on Qualcomm’s QCS8250, an IoT variant of the Snapdragon 865. We also look at the new QCS4290 and Wi-Fi 6E ready QCS6490 SoCs.

Radxa teases larger RK3568 SBC with dual GbE and native SATA

Jul 21, 2021 — views: 1115

Radxa unveiled a “Rock 3 Model B” SBC with the same RK3568 as the Rock 3A but with the addition of WiFi/BT, a second GbE port, native SATA, and M.2 B-key and SIM slots for 4G/5G instead of E-key.

Add-ons supply CAN FD to Raspberry Pi Zero and Pico

Jul 21, 2021 — views: 232

Copperhill has launched a $71.95 “PiCAN FD Zero” HAT for the Raspberry Pi Zero with CAN FD and a 1A SMPS. There is also a new “CANPico” carrier board that integrates an RPi Pico.

Elkhart Lake arrives on Nano-ITX board

Jul 21, 2021 — views: 266

Portwell’s “Nano-6063” SBC is equipped with Intel’s Atom x6000E with up to 32GB DDR4, triple displays, GbE, 2.5GbE with TSN/TCC, 4x USB 3.1 Gen2, SATA, serial, M.2, mini-PCIe, and -40 to 85°C support.

Tiny compute module and dev kit give root to STM32MP1 applications

Jul 20, 2021 — views: 273

MYIR’s tiny “MYC-YA15XC-T” module runs Linux on ST’s STM32MP1 with up to 512MB DDR3L and 4GB eMMC and optional -45 to -85°C support. The module is supported with a “MYD-YA15XC-T” dev kit.

Xavier NX edge AI system supports four GMSL cameras

Jul 20, 2021 — views: 152

Vecow’s “EAC-2000” and “EAC-2100” computers run Linux on Nvidia’s Jetson Xavier NX and provide 2x GbE, 2x GbE with PoE+, 4x USB 3.1, and on the EAC-2100, a CAN port and 4x GMSL cam connectors.

Nvidia’s TensorRT 8.0 boasts faster conversational AI performance

Jul 20, 2021 — views: 134

Nvidia has released TensorRT 8.0 for Nvidia GPUs including its Jetson modules. This latest AI inference optimization SDK delivers up to 2x the natural language query performance compared to v7.0, with 1.2ms latency using BERT.

Pi-like RK3568 SBC grows SATA out of its USB ports

Jul 19, 2021 — views: 1095

Radxa unveiled a $35-and-up “Rock 3 Model A” SBC that runs Linux on a 2.0GHz, quad -A55 Rockchip RK3568 and offers up to 8GB RAM, GbE with PoE, M.2 M- and E-key, and SATA via USB 3.0.

Toughened up DAQ system runs Linux

Jul 19, 2021 — views: 246

Adlink has launched two rugged DAQ systems that run Linux on a Cortex-A9 SoC and provide 16- (MCM-216) or 8-channel (MCM-218) analog inputs plus 2x analog outputs, 2x GbE, 2x USB, and DIO.

Router board features WiFi 6 and five GbE ports

Jul 16, 2021 — views: 4152

[Updated: July 20] — Wallys’ “DR5018” router board is equipped with a Qualcomm IPQ5018 with dual Cortex-A53 cores and offers 5x GbE (or 1x GbE and 1x 2.5GbE) plus 802.11ax, BT 5.1, USB 3.0, and 2x M.2 E-key slots.

Raspberry Pi add-on enables 120fps 3D sensing via an IR laser

Jul 16, 2021 — views: 4229

Magik Eye has launched a developer release of an “ILT Development Kit” (DK-ILT001) add-on for the Raspberry Pi that provides 3D sensing at up to 120fps by combining inputs from a CMOS sensor and a 3D IR laser.

Compact Tiger Lake module features soldered RAM

Jul 16, 2021 — views: 157

Congatec’s Linux-friendly “Conga-TC570r” Compact Type 6 module supplies Intel’s 11th Gen Core CPUs with up to 32GB soldered LPDDR4x, quad independent displays, PCIe Gen4, 2.5GbE, 4x USB 3.1 Gen2, and -40 to 85°C support.

Modules and devkit showcase Qualcomm’s new IoT SoCs

Jul 14, 2021 — views: 1074

Thundercomm’s tiny “TurboX CM2290 and C2290 SOMs” run Android or Linux on Qualcomm’s quad -A53 QCS2290 and 4G-equipped QCM2290 IoT SoCs and offer WiFi/BT, HD-ready MIPI-DSI and -CSI, and an optional dev kit.