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Full-day virtual event discusses embedded edge processing using EXOR’s tiny GigaSOM, based on a multicore Intel® Atom® SoC and an Intel® Cyclone® 10 FPGA

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EXOR Embedded, Intel, and Arrow are conducting a full-day, online event on July 21 to familiarize you with the EXOR GigaSOM gS01, a small system on module (SOM) measuring 81.6 x 54 mm (3.2 x 2.1 inches), that combines the processing capabilities of a multicore Intel® Atom® SoC with an Intel® Cyclone® 10 GX FPGA. The EXOR GigaSOM is available with 2- or 4-core Intel Atom processors, either 85K or 220K logic elements in the Intel Cyclone 10 GX FPGA, as much as 8 Gbytes of LPDDR4 SDRAM dedicated to the Intel Atom processor and as much as 2 GBytes of DDR3 SDRAM for the FPGA. That’s a lot of embedded processing capability in a fairly compact package. The EXOR GigaSOM also bristles with interconnect capability including six USB 2.0 ports; two USB 3.0 ports; two SATA3 ports; a Gigabit Ethernet port; two PCIe ports; and a collection of I2C, SPI, CAN, and UART ports. Both Linux and Android BSPs are available for the EXOR GigaSOM.

The day-long virtual event being held on July 21 consists of three Webinars, including one dedicated to the EXOR GigaSOM and its use for embedded edge, IIoT, and Industry 4.0 projects.

The virtual event starts at 9 am CET (Central European Time).

Click here for more information and to register for the event.


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