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iWave's 1.35GHz SoM targets industrial, comm apps

22 Mar 2013

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iWave Systems Technologies has unveiled the Qseven System-on-Module (SoM) that operates up to 1.35GHz. The device is based on the Sitara AM389x ARM Cortex-A8 and the DaVinci DM816x video processors from Texas Instruments, detailed the company.

According to the company, the low-power and low-cost Qseven SoM is geared for applications such as network and communication processing, industrial automation and human machine interface, interactive point-of-service kiosks and more.

The Sitara AM389x processor is pin-to-pin compatible with the DaVinci DM816x generation of video. The processor is equipped with SGX530 3D graphics engine and dual simultaneous 1080p display engine for a rich user interface.

The AM389x/DM816x SoM features 1GB DDR3 SDRAM, 128MB NAND flash, on-board MicroSD slot, 230-pin Qseven edge connector interface, Gigabit Ethernet and HD video IN/OUT ports. iWave has also designed the Qseven-compatible carrier card for evaluating the features of TI's Sitara AM389x and DaVinci DM816x processors.

The development kit consists of 1GB DDR3, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0 Host, Mini PCIE connector for 3G/WiFi module, CMOS camera, SATA 2.0, 800x480—RGB 7in' LCD with resistive touch and a Linux 2.6.37 OS, which enables prototyping the application in the shortest timeframe.

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