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Ubuntu-ready Apollo Lake mini-PC features Myriad X AI accelerator

Nov 11, 2019 — views: 667

IEI’s rugged, “ITG-100AI” DIN-rail PC runs on an Apollo Lake SoC and a new “Mustang-MPCIE-MX2” mini-PCIe card with dual Myriad X VPUs. The system ships with 8GB RAM and a 128GB SATA SSD plus GbE, serial, USB, and M.2.

Open-spec, dual-port router offers a choice of Allwinner H3 or H5

Nov 11, 2019 — views: 880

FriendlyElec’s Linux-driven, $20 “NanoPi R1S-H3” router uses a modified version of the Allwinner H3-based NanoPi R1, upgrading the second LAN port to GbE while removing a USB port. There’s also a similar, $23 “NanoPi R1S-H5” with a quad -A53 H5.

Linux powered panel PCs available in web display and HMI control panel models

Nov 8, 2019 — views: 1203

Kontron’s IP65-protected “WP Web Panel” and “CP Control Panel” touchscreen computers are available in 7-, 10.1-, and 15.6-inch sizes and run Linux on an i.MX6. The Web Panel adds an optimized Chromium browser while the Control Panel adds isolated CAN and serial I/O.

Compact edge-AI computer runs Ubuntu on Jetson TX2

Nov 8, 2019 — views: 480

Axiomtek’s compact, rugged “AIE500-901-FL” edge-AI computer runs Linux on a hexa-core Jetson TX2 and offers 2x GbE, 2x USB 3.1 Gen1, 2x COM or CAN, and M.2, mini-PCIe, and HDMI 2.0.

SMARC module runs Linux on i.MX8X

Nov 7, 2019 — views: 246

Advantech’s “ROM-5620” SMARC 2.0 module runs Linux or Android on a dual- or quad-core i.MX8X and offers 2GB LPDDR4, 16GB eMMC, and optional industrial temperature support.

Nvidia unveils Nano-sized spin-down of high-end Jetson Xavier

Nov 7, 2019 — views: 696

Nvidia’s 70 x 45mm “Jetson Xavier NX” module runs Ubuntu on a hexa-core Arm SoC with a 384-core Volta GPU and delivers 14 TOPS (10W) or 21 TOPS (15W) AI performance. By comparison, the larger, octa-core Xavier AGX has 512 Volta cores and up to 30-TOPS AI.

AI accelerator for the Raspberry Pi claims to get more out of Myriad X

Nov 6, 2019 — views: 997

Luxonis’ $99, Intel Myriad X based “DepthAI” module for robotics is available on CrowdSupply along with DepthAI-based Raspberry Pi HAT, USB adapter, and RPi CM3 B+ equipped boards. DepthAI provides up to 25.5 fps object detection.

SMARC and Qseven modules run Linux on i.MX8M and QuadMax

Nov 6, 2019 — views: 237

Advantech has released a “ROM-5720” SMARC module with a i.MX8M SoC and a “ROM-7720” Qseven module with an i.MX8 QuadMax plus a new SMARC carrier board. The modules support Linux and Android with Timesys’ Vigiles security service.

Wind River Simics embedded sim platform gets easier and faster

Nov 5, 2019 — views: 464

Wind River has released a major update to its Wind River Simics simulation and testing platform for Wind River Linux. The new Simics offers ease of use and performance enhancements, including 20 percent faster simulation times.

Type 7 module runs Linux 4.9 on Xeon-D

Nov 5, 2019 — views: 298

Acrosser’s “ACM-XD15MT” COM Express Basic Type 7 module runs Linux 4.9 on an octa-core, 2.6GHz Xeon D-1548 and offers up to 32GB DDR4, 32x PCIe lanes, dual SATA III interfaces, and support for GbE and dual 10GbE ports.

Gemini Lake Refresh boosts the burst and trims the TDP

Nov 5, 2019 — views: 298

Intel has added six Gemini Lake Refresh Pentium and Celeron SoCs to the 14nm, Atom-class product line with faster, up to 3.2GHz burst rates plus faster base rates on two of desktop models and lower 6W TDPs for the three mobile parts.

3.5-inch Apollo Lake SBC features upside down design

Nov 4, 2019 — views: 2608

Nexcom’s revised, 3.5-inch “EBC 357X” SBC runs Linux or Windows on an Apollo Lake SoC located on the bottom of the “upside down” board. The SBC offers triple displays, 2x GbE, 4x USB, 2x M.2 slots, and -20 to 60°C support.

Modular, open source automation controller runs on Raspberry Pi CM3

Nov 4, 2019 — views: 2294

A modular, open-spec “YABA DesktopBox” controller and IoT gateway has launched on Indiegogo with an RPi CM3 based control board and an Arduino based analog and digital I/O board. A USB 3.1 backplane supports LVDS/EtherCAT and I2C buses.

Intel rounds out its Comet Lake line with new Pentium and Celeron parts

Nov 1, 2019 — views: 346

Intel unveiled dual-core Pentium Gold 6405U and Celeron 5205U processors — two low-end additions to its 10th Gen, 14nm, Comet Lake-U series, which includes four Core models led by a hexa-core i7-10710U.