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SIPEEDS MAIX II DOCK DEVELOPMENT KIT FOR AI SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS

SIPEED’S MAIX-II DOCK DEVELOPMENT KIT FOR AI-SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS

MAIX-II Dock Development Kit¬†for Sipeed‚Äôs second-generation¬†MAIX-II¬†core module has a built-in NPU (Neural Processing Unit) for AI-specific applications. The module runs in a complete Linux environment with¬†edge computing¬†features to improve response time and reduce the bandwidth. Hence, the module specializes in deep learning and AIoT functions. MAIX-II module is an¬†Allwinner V831 SoC¬†with better features than the¬†MAIX-I […]

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BOXER 6641 DELIVERING MORE POWER FOR INDUSTRIAL COMPUTING

BOXER-6641: DELIVERING MORE POWER FOR INDUSTRIAL COMPUTING

AAEON,¬†an award-winning leader in industrial computing, announces the¬†BOXER-6641, their latest fanless box PC, featuring 8th Generation Intel¬ģ Core‚ĄĘ and Xeon¬ģ processors. The BOXER-6641 is the most powerful fanless solution currently available on the market. The BOXER-6641 is designed to provide users with unmatched flexibility and performance. Available with two chipsets, the H310 (BOXER-6641-A1) and C246 (BOXER-6641-A2), the

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ROCK PI N10 FROM RADXA IS POWERED BY RK3999PRO AND INTEGRATED NEURAL PROCESSING UNIT 1

ROCK PI N10 FROM RADXA IS POWERED BY RK3999PRO AND INTEGRATED NEURAL PROCESSING UNIT

Radxa has officially launched the Rock Pi N10, a sandwich-style 100 x 100mm board based around the Rockchip RK3399Pro SoC. This community-backed board has a new flavor of RK3399 that adds up to 3-TOPS NPU co-processor for better performance in deep-learning workloads. The new Rock Pi N10 has a maximum RAM allotment beyond the RK3399’s 4GB limit so it can provide

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GIGABYTE GA PICO3350 APOLLO LAKE PICO ITX BOARD COMES WITH SO DIMM RAM SLOT SATA AND MSATA STORAGE

GIGABYTE GA-PICO3350 APOLLO LAKE PICO-ITX BOARD COMES WITH SO-DIMM RAM SLOT, SATA AND MSATA STORAGE

GIGABYTE GA-PICO3350¬†may be the smallest motherboard from the company so far. The Pico-ITX board comes with an Intel Celeron N3350 dual-core Apollo Lake processor with a SO-DIMM slot, SATA port, and mSATA socket that give you more options will selecting RAM and storage. GA-PICO3350 Specifications: SoC ‚Äď Intel Celeron N3350 dual-core Apollo Lake processor @

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SudoProc ‚Äď A solderable 1.8GHz Quad Cortex-A17 module With 4GB RAM and HDMI 2.0

A Slovenia based startup Sudo Systems will soon launch a module called SudoProc. This module is highly compact (65 x 40 x 4.3mm) and solderable. It contains Rockchip’s 1.8GHz, quad-core, Cortex-A17 SoC RK3288 SoC with 600MHz Mali-T764 GPU. The highlighted feature set includes 4GB of dual-channel 1066MHz LPDDR3 RAM. SudoProc also includes an embedded security engine, a Gigabit Ethernet controller,

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MCU/FPGA color video Game Platform Using Atmel Mega32

Overview: A system consisting of an ATMEL MEGA32 chip, Altera FLEX10K FPGA, and a library of source code for the Atmel processor to generate 256-color VGA video signals in real time optimized for game development. Introduction: The Nintendo Entertainment System sports 2 KB of RAM and a 1.79 MHz 8-bit processor. Using an additional video

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Low-power Wireless Modules Support Multiple Protocols

NXP Semiconductors has announced a family of small-footprint wireless modules based on the ultra-low-power JN5168 microcontroller. Supporting multiple network stacks including ZigBee Home Automation, ZigBee Light Link, ZigBee Smart Energy, JenNet-IP and RF4CE, the JN5168 wireless modules feature footprints as small as 16 x 21 mm and very low power consumption in transmit and receive

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