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Rugged, Kaby Lake based NVR system offers up to eight PoE ports

Mar 16, 2018 — views: 104

Aaeon’s automotive-focused “VPC-5600S” networked video recorder PC runs Linux or Windows on 7th Gen Core chips and offers dual hot-swappable SATA trays and 6x to 10x GbE ports, with 4x to 8x of those supporting PoE.

Fanless system has four PoE and two standard GbE ports

Mar 16, 2018 — views: 643

EFCO’s Linux-ready “SmartMod” box PC offers a 7th Gen Intel Core CPU, SATA and mSATA, 5x USB, 6x serial, 3x mini-PCIe, dual display support, and 6x GbE ports, four of which have PoE.

NXP IoT platform links ARM/Linux Layerscape SoCs to cloud

Mar 16, 2018 — views: 237

NXP’s “EdgeScale” suite of secure edge computing device management tools help deploy and manage Linux devices running on LSx QorIQ Layerscape SoCs, and connects them to cloud services.

Alexa development board runs Linux on Raspberry Pi Compute Module

Mar 15, 2018 — views: 563

Gumstix has launched a version of its Linux-driven Chatterbox Alexa Voice Service development board designed for the RPi Compute Module, and updated its AeroCore 2 drone controller for the DragonBoard 410C.

Open source project aims to build embedded Linux hypervisor

Mar 14, 2018 — views: 1650

The Linux Foundation announced an Intel-backed embedded reference hypervisor project called “ACRN” that features real-time and safety-critical features for Linux and Android IoT and automotive projects.

LimeSDR Mini takes off in satellites

Mar 14, 2018 — views: 727

The Ubuntu-driven LimeSDR Mini SBC has begun shipping to backers, who have spent over $500K on the open source software defined radio hacker board, and it’s now heading to space in a deal with the European Space Agency.

Raspberry Pi 3 gets rev’d to B+ with 1.4GHz, WiFi-ac, and GbE with PoE

Mar 14, 2018 — views: 1196

The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ has gone on sale for $35, boosting the Model B’s quad -A53 SoC to 1.4GHz, speeding the WiFi to precertified, dual-band 802.11ac, and adding USB-based GbE with PoE support.

i.MX8M SBC on pre-order for $165

Mar 13, 2018 — views: 459

Boundary Devices has launched a $165 “Nitrogen8M” SBC that runs Linux or Android on a quad-core i.MX8M with GbE, WiFi, BT, HDMI 2.0, mini-PCIe, MIPI-DSI and -CSI, 4x USB 3.0, and optional -40 to 85°C support.

Arduino Create expands to run Arduino on BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi

Mar 13, 2018 — views: 1209

Arduino announced an expansion of its Arduino Create development platform for deploying Arduino sketches on Linux systems to support Arm boards like the the Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone in addition to Intel boards like the UP Squared.

SMARC module features hexa-core i.MX8 QuadMax

Mar 13, 2018 — views: 395

iWave unveiled a rugged, wireless enabled SMARC module with 4GB LPDDR4 and dual GbE controllers that runs Linux or Android on NXP’s i.MX8 QuadMax SoC with 2x Cortex-A72, 4x -A53, 2x -M4F, and 2x GPU cores.

Lego-based hacker kit offers choice of Arduino or Raspberry Pi

Mar 12, 2018 — views: 2148

A “Leguino” educational hacker kit launching on Kickstarter lets you extend Lego projects with Lego form-factor gears, motors, displays, sensors, and breadboards, controlled by a “Visuino” GUI dev environment running on an Arduino or RPi Zero W.

Seco unveils first i.MX8M SMARC module

Mar 9, 2018 — views: 523

Seco announced a rugged, SMARC form-factor “SM-C12” module that runs Linux or Android on an NXP i.MX8M, and offers soldered LPDDR4, eMMC and QSPI flash, plus an optional wireless module and carrier board.

Linux dev kit combines DragonBoard with Basler’s new CSI-linked Dart cams

Mar 9, 2018 — views: 704

Basler announced a lower cost, MIPI-CSI-2 version of its BCON Dart embedded cameras designed for Snapdragon-based systems. The BCOM for MIPI Dart modules are sold with a DragonBoard 410c SBC and DragonBoard Camera Kit.

In-vehicle panel PC has up to 10.4-inch touchscreen

Mar 8, 2018 — views: 646

Taicenn’s Linux-ready, IP65 protected “TPC-DCXXXC1E” in-vehicle panel PC runs on a Bay Trail Celeron J1900, and has an 8- to 10.4-inch capacitive touchscreen, 2x GbE ports, SATA, mSATA, and wide-range power.