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3.5-inch Apollo Lake SBC is loaded with options

Jun 15, 2018 — views: 1676

DFI is prepping an Ubuntu friendly 3.5-inch “AL551” SBC with an Apollo Lake SoC, triple display support, up to 2x GbE and SATA III ports, and mini-PCIe, M.2, and optional “expansion I/O” connectors.

LTE-equipped automotive gateway runs Ubuntu on Bay Trail

Jun 15, 2018 — views: 320

Kontron’s rugged “EvoTrac G102” is an in-vehicle cellular gateway that runs Ubuntu on a quad-core Atom E3845, and offers 64GB eMMC, GbE, CAN, 2x USB, and a 3G/4G module with GPS.

15.6-inch Apollo Lake panel PC supports Fedora, Ubuntu, and Yocto Linux

Jun 14, 2018 — views: 559

DFI’s “KS-156AL” industrial touch-panel PC runs Linux or Windows on Apollo Lake and features a 15.6-inch, 1366 x 768 touchscreen with IP65 protection and shock and vibration resistance.

Compact Kaby Lake embedded PC has SATA, M.2, and mSATA

Jun 14, 2018 — views: 507

Kontron announced a compact, Linux-ready “KBox B-201” embedded PC with a Kaby Lake CPU, triple displays, 2x GbE, 10x USB, and SATA III storage available via 2.5-inch, M.2, and optional mSATA slots.

Debian variant offers safe homeland for systemd haters

Jun 13, 2018 — views: 501

The Devuan project has released a v2.0 ASCII version of its Devuan fork of Debian that replaces the systemd init with OpenRC, and let’s you load other inits of your choice. The release supports several major Linux hacker boards.

Cortex-A76, Mali-G76, and ML chip designs pump up AI

Jun 13, 2018 — views: 577

Arm’s Cortex-A76 design offers speed/efficiency improvements including a 4x boost in AI performance, and is paired with a new Mali-G76 GPU that is also said to aid AI. Meanwhile, Arm revealed more details on its upcoming ML co-processors.

RK3399 SBC has 9-36V DC and optional 4G, WiFi, serial, and HDMI-in modules

Jun 13, 2018 — views: 1057

ICNexus’ “SBC3100” SBC runs Ubuntu or Android on a Rockchip RK3399 with up to 4GB RAM and 16GB flash plus HDMI 2.0, DP, eDP, MIPI-DSI and -CSI, 9-36V power, optional WiFi/BT, and a mini-PCIe slot with optional 3G or 4G.

Embedded Linux Conference Europe wants your presentations (and money)

Jun 12, 2018 — views: 291

The Linux Foundation opened a call for papers for the Embedded Linux Conference Europe to be held Oct. 22-24, in Edinburgh, and released the speaker list for the Aug. 29-31 Open Source Summit North America in Vancouver.

Automation controller upgraded with new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

Jun 12, 2018 — views: 1738

Techbase has upgraded its Linux-powered ModBerry M500 controller with the RPi 3 Model B+ SBC, advancing to a 1.4GHz SoC, GbE, and dual-band WiFi-ac. The launch follows several new NanoPi and Orange Pi based ModBerry M300 models.

Tiny Apollo Lake module targets factory automation

Jun 12, 2018 — views: 319

Aaeon’s “NanoCOM-APL” COM Express Type 10 Mini module features an Apollo Lake SoC, as well as up to 10x USB plus PCIe x4, GbE, SATA, DDI, and optional industrial temperature support.

Latest ReSpeaker voice board moves to Rockchip RK3229

Jun 11, 2018 — views: 500

[Updated: June 13] — Seeed’s v.2.0 version of its ReSpeaker Core mic array board advances to a Debian-driven, quad- A7 Rockchip RK3229 and offers a 6x mic array with a 16-meter wake-word range.

Jetson based embedded vision kit has three 4K cameras

Jun 8, 2018 — views: 794

[Updated: June 9] — E-con’s “e-CAM120_TRICUTX2” is a camera system powered by a Linux-driven Jetson TX1 or TX2 module that features three 13-megapixel, [email protected] cameras via 4-lane MIPI-CSI-2 interfaces.

NXP’s EdgeScale IoT management suite tapped for Linux gateways

Jun 7, 2018 — views: 599

NXP announced partnerships with Alibaba and six embedded equipment companies that are deploying its EdgeScale middleware for secure edge computing device management on Linux-driven devices based on NXP QorIQ Layerscape SoCs.

Robotics dev kit runs new Isaac SDK on octa-core Xavier module

Jun 7, 2018 — views: 465

Nvidia announced an “Isaac” software developer platform for robots and other autonomous machines that runs on its Linux-friendly octa-core, ARM64 “Jetson Xavier” module with integrated high-end Volta GPU. A $1,300 dev kit is due in August.