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Ibase and Aaeon reveal 3.5-inch Tiger Lake SBCs

May 7, 2021 — views:

Ibase announced a Linux-ready, 3.5-inch “IB953” SBC with 11th Gen Core CPUs, quad displays, and 3x M.2. Aaeon recently posted specs for a 3.5-inch “GENE-TGU6” Tiger Lake SBC with 2.5GbE.

Sensory’s custom voice assistant debuts on a Linux-based microwave

May 6, 2021 — views: 178

Sensory announced that its 100 percent locally processed TrulyHandsfree technology can be used to create custom voice assistants without sacrificing privacy, as demonstrated in a new Linux-based Farberware FM11VABK microwave.

Martian rover has some Linux computers, too

May 5, 2021 — views: 949


NASA’s Perseverance rover is equipped with a Linux-driven, Atom-based CompuLab COMEX-IE38 module designed to compress images. The rover also has a Qualcomm 801 Linux system like its Ingenuity copter, which is embarking on a new scouting mission.

Edge AI camera runs Linux on quad -A53 SoC with Google Edge TPU

May 4, 2021 — views: 1157

Imago’s 5MP “VisionAI” camera runs Linux on a quad -A53 SoC accompanied by a Google Edge TPU for TensorFlow Lite and AutoML Vision Edge. Other features include 2GB DDR4, microSD, GbE, and DIO.

OpenWrt-driven i.MX6ULL module and dev kit offers A/V and LoRaWAN options

May 3, 2021 — views: 1436

M2M IOT’s “NetSOM” module, which runs OpenWrt on an i.MX6ULL, has an optional dev kit that will appear on Crowd Supply for $69 to $89 with optional camera, audio, and LoRaWAN. The NetSOM also powers a new GW-01-WI-FI LoRaWAN gateway.

RISC-V to hand out 1,000 free RISC-V dev boards

May 3, 2021 — views: 905

RISC-V International announced it will give away 1,000 free RISC-V development boards through June 2022 with up to 16GB RAM.

Linux-driven RISC-V module can plug into Raspberry Pi CM4 cluster carrier

Apr 30, 2021 — views: 1102

Antmicro unveiled an open source, RPi CM4-compatible “ARVSOM” module that runs Linux on the RISC-V based StarFive 71×0 SoC. The ARVSOM can plug into Antmicro’s new Scalenode carrier in place of the CM4 for clustering projects.

Router board showcases up to octa-stream 802.11ax enabled Qualcomm SoC

Apr 30, 2021 — views: 422

Wallys’ “DR8072A” router board features a 2.2GHz, quad -A53 Qualcomm IPQ8072A SoC equipped with dual-band, 4×4 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) for 8x streams at up to 2475 Mbps plus 4x GbE, 2x 2.5GbE, 2x USB 3.0, and mini-PCIe.

Xilinx launches UltraScale+ based SOM and $199 dev kit with AI extensions

Apr 29, 2021 — views: 394

Xilinx has launched a “Kria K26 SOM” that runs Linux on its Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, plus a $199 “Kria KV260 Vision AI” kit with GbE, HDMI, DP, PMOD, CSI, 2x IAS, and 4x USB 3.0. Xilinx is supporting the products with a new edge AI app store.

Ubuntu certified system runs on AMD R1000 as low as 6W

Apr 29, 2021 — views: 2600

DFI unveiled an “EC90A-GH” industrial mini-PC built around its Ryzen R1000 based GHF51 SBC. These are among the first products to support the 6W R1102G and the first industrial systems to offer certified Ubuntu Core OTA updates.

Sandwich-style SBCs extend i.MX8M and i.MX8M Mini

Apr 28, 2021 — views: 907

Forlinx’s sandwich-style OKMX8MM-C SBC and OKMX8MQ-C SBC run Linux on the i.MX8M Mini and i.MX8M Quad, respectively. Common features include GbE, mini-PCIe, MIPI-DSI/CSI, and extensive audio I/O.

Transport PC runs hardened OpenWrt hypervisor on Elkhart Lake

Apr 27, 2021 — views: 309

Kontron’s “TRACe-B104-TR/IV” transport computer has an SEC-Line OpenWrt hypervisor that runs on Intel’s Elkhart Lake with hot-swap SATA, 3x GbE, PoE+, 3x USB, DP, DIO, 3x M.2, and mini-PCIe.

Raspberry Pi CM4-based computer turns NEC displays into signage systems

Apr 27, 2021 — views: 1837

Sharp NEC Display Solutions’ RPi CM4 based “MPi4 NEC MediaPlayer” kit turns its large format displays into 4K signage systems and offers features including a watchdog, RTC, GbE, and 2x USB ports.

$20 add-on provides Real-Time Clock for the Raspberry Pi

Apr 27, 2021 — views: 473

On Kickstarter: a $20 “USB RTC for Raspberry Pi” Real-Time Clock add-on that plugs into a Pi’s USB port with a USB-to-UART/I2C converter to enable accurate timestamps.