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Module and dev kit debut NXP’s tiny new 16-core LX2162A

Aug 26, 2021 — views: 821

SolidRun’s 58 x 48mm “LX2162A SOM” runs Linux on NXP’s new 16-core, Cortex-A72 based LX2162A and offers 12x SerDes lanes for up to 4x 25GbE or up to 8x PCIe Gen3. A “ClearFog LX2162A” dev kit is also on the way.

Elkhart Lake net appliance offers quad GbE, SFP, and wireless links

Aug 26, 2021 — views: 183

Aaeon’s “FWS-2280” network appliance supplies Intel’s Elkhart Lake with up to 32GB DDR4, 4x GbE, SFP, SATA, and mSATA plus 2x mini-PCIe and optional M.2 for simultaneous wireless connections.

Raspberry Pi CM4 cluster board nears launch, adds Jetson support

Aug 25, 2021 — views: 1018

The Turing Pi V2, which clusters 4x RPi CM4 modules with a Layer-2 managed switch, has added a BMC and support for Nvidia Jetson modules. Meanwhile, Kobol called it quits, but will release its Helios64 NAS design to the masses.

Compact router board serves up Wave 2 WiFi

Aug 25, 2021 — views: 311

Wallys’ 65 x 35mm “DR4019S” router board runs Linux on a quad -A7, Wave 2 WiFi equipped IPQ4019 SoC via a compute module. The carrier adds 2x GbE and USB 3.0.

Tiger Lake signage player can drive quad 4K or single 8K displays

Aug 24, 2021 — views: 130

Ibase’s fanless, Linux-ready “SI-654-N” signage player runs on an 11th Gen CPU with up to 64GB DDR4, 2x GbE, 3x USB 3.1 Gen2, 3x M.2, and 4x HDMI ports with audio, EDID, and CEC.

RPi CM4 powered, 15.6-inch AiO offers optional NVMe

Aug 24, 2021 — views: 1259

Chipsee’s $339 “AIO-CM4-156” system runs on a Raspberry Pi CM4 and offers a 15.6-inch, HD display with protected glass and optional touch support plus GbE, HDMI, 2x USB 3.0, NVMe-ready M.2, and 40-pin GPIO.

Module serves up Qualcomm’s robotics-focused QRB5165 SoC

Aug 23, 2021 — views: 390

Lantronix has an “Open-Q 5165RB” module that runs Linux on Qualcomm’s robotics-focused QRB5165 SoC. A companion “Open-Q 865 SOM development kit” also works with other Open-Q 865 family SOMs.

Waterproof Apollo Lake gateway has M.2 and GPS support

Aug 20, 2021 — views: 291

Advantech’s Apollo Lake based UNO-430 offers a watertight IP69K/68-rated enclosure. Features include M.2 sockets for WiFi, LTE and GPS. You also get 2x GbE, 3x COM and a -40 to 70°C operating temperature.

One-chip MAX10 FPGA-based module enables hardware security

Aug 19, 2021 — views: 1334

Skudo is crowdfunding Kryptor FPGA, a single-chip hardware security module (HSM) based on an Intel MAX10 FPGA. At $129 and up, the board embeds a soft-core suite of security encryption functions. A free Raspberry Pi API for Linux is available.

Pi HAT brings Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) to Raspberry Pi 4

Aug 18, 2021 — views: 905

InnoRoute has launched its “Real-Time HAT” for the Raspberry Pi 4 with support for TSN and other real-time protocols. The Artix-7 FPGA-based HAT supports TSN and PoE through its 3 GbE ports.

Qualcomm’s latest drone platform features 5G and seven cameras

Aug 17, 2021 — views: 525

The “Qualcomm Flight RB5 5G Platform” runs Linux on Qualcomm’s octa-core, 15-TOPS QRB5165 and offers 7x up to 8K30 cameras for 350° obstacle avoidance plus WiFi 6 and 5G for autonomous beyond line-of-sight operation.

Pine64 preps 10.1-inch E-Ink tablet with RK3566

Aug 16, 2021 — views: 851

Pine64’s upcoming “PineNote” E-ink tablet will run Linux on a Rockchip RK3566 and offer a 10.1-inch, 1404 x 1872 grayscale touchscreen plus 4GB LPDDR4, 128GB eMMC, mics and speakers, USB Type-C, WiFi 5, and an EMR pen.

i.MX8M Plus powered Pico-ITX has stackable expansion board

Aug 13, 2021 — views: 374

Ibase’s “IBR215” Pico-ITX SBC runs Linux or Android on the i.MX8M Plus with 3GB LPDDR4, 64GB eMMC, 2x GbE, 3x USB, HDMI, M.2 B-key, and an optional expansion board with E-key, mini-PCIe, 2x CAN, 2x MIPI-CSI, and more.

Intel’s Elkhart Lake powers three new thin Mini-ITX boards

Aug 12, 2021 — views: 369

MiTac’s “PD10EHI,” DFI’s “EHL171/EHL173,” and ASRock’s ”IMB-1004” thin Mini-ITX boards extend Intel’s 10nm Atom x6000 with triple displays, USB 3.1 Gen2, SATA, M.2, and PCIe. DFI and ASRock also offer 2.5GbE.