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Intel Core based thin Mini-ITX supports extended temperatures

Apr 15, 2019 — views: 668

Avalue’s Linux-friendly “EMX-KBLU2P” is a thin Mini-ITX board with 6th or 7th Gen Core CPUs, triple displays, 2x GbE, 2x SATA, 2x M.2, 4x USB 3.0, serial and GPIO interfaces, and -20 to 70°C support.

Apollo Lake based network appliance runs Ubuntu

Apr 12, 2019 — views: 672


Acrosser’s Linux-ready “AND-APL1N1FL” network appliance offers an Apollo Lake SoC, 6x GbE ports with 3x LAN bypass, and SATA III storage.

Firms partner to integrate NASA cFS on space-ready cPCI SBC

Apr 11, 2019 — views: 469

Aitech and EFSI have teamed up to integrate NASA’s cFs (core Flight System) using Aitech’s latest space-ready CompactPCI SBC called the SP0-S, and EFSI’s Linux distribution.

ZigBee hub builds on Raspberry Pi

Apr 10, 2019 — views: 1567

Dresden-Elektronik has launched two ZigBee home automation gateways: an RPi-based “Phoscon Gateway” and a “ConBee II” USB stick. The gateways run the company’s deCONZ Zigbee Gateway software paired with a new mobile app.

Toughened up in-vehicle PC offers triple mini-PCIe slots

Apr 9, 2019 — views: 421

DFI’s rugged “VC230-BT” in-vehicle computer is equipped with an Intel Bay Trail SoC with 2x GbE, 5x USB, and 3x serial ports plus 3x mini-PCIe slots for storage and wireless add-ons.

SOMs based on RK3399 and PX30 SoCs target IoT

Apr 8, 2019 — views: 682

The RK3399-based SOM-RK391 and the Rockchip PX30-based SOM-RP301 are a pair of SOMs launched by Arbor. The boards both support Linux and Android. A carrier board supporting these, and future Arbor Arm-based SOMs is provided as well.

First open source MIPS code is released

Apr 5, 2019 — views: 1165

Wave Computing has released its first open source MIPS ISA without license fees or royalties. The MIPS Open release includes the latest R6 version of the MIPS 32-and-64-bit ISA plus an IDE for embedded Linux and RTOSes and support for the free MIPSfpga core.

Rugged, Jetson-based computer supports up to six CSI cameras

Apr 5, 2019 — views: 702

Aaeon’s fanless, $1,067 “Boxer-8130AI” embedded computer runs Ubuntu on a Jetson TX2 module and features 6x MIPI-CSI2 camera lanes, -20 to 50°C support, and a wide-range power supply.

Linaro launches two 96Boards SOM specifications

Apr 2, 2019 — views: 845

[Updated: April 5] Linaro has launched two SOM specifications for 96Boards—a Compute Module spec and a Wireless spec. It has also released two board designs based on the Compute spec, along with a 96Boards SOM Carrier board compatible with those two boards.

Linux continues advance in smart TV market

Mar 29, 2019 — views: 1972

Linux dominates the smart TV market, which continues to grow despite concerns over privacy. A Strategy Analytics report pegs Samsung’s Tizen as the leading platform at 21 percent followed by LG’s WebOS at 12 percent.

i.MX6 UL dev board targets Erlang and Elixir development

Mar 28, 2019 — views: 508

Grisp.org has gone to Kickstarter to launch a sandwich-style, $200 “GRiSP 2” board for prototyping bare-metal Erlang or Elixir based systems. The SBC runs Nerves on Linux using an i.MX6 UL SoC and offers WiFi, Ethernet, and a variety of Digilent Pmod interfaces.

Modular Raspberry Pi based platform lets you build pro audio systems

Mar 28, 2019 — views: 2665

MakeProAudio’s modular, Raspberry Pi based “MPA Platform” lets DIYers assemble professional audio systems ranging from mixers to synth platforms by combining various Tiles and Blocks via network-savvy GLUE control software.

Ultra96-V2 SBC adds certified WiFi and industrial temp support

Mar 27, 2019 — views: 581

Avnet announced a 96Boards CE “Ultra96-V2” SBC with the same Linux-driven Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC and other major features of the V1, but with the addition of industrial temp support, a PMIC, and a new WiFi/BT module certified in 75 countries.

Odroid-N2 SBC launches at $63 with new Cortex-A73 SoC

Mar 27, 2019 — views: 3132

Hardkernel’s open-spec Odroid-N2 SBC has gone on sale for $63 (2GB RAM) or $79 (4GB). The SBC runs Ubuntu or Android on an Amlogic S922X with 4x 1.8GHz -A73 and 2x 1.9GHz -A53 cores.