I´m searching documentation of Intel Quark SoC x1000 to select one system embedded (with intel processor) for my project final degree in electronic Engineering about Computer Vision.
One of the most important things for my selection is the GFLOPS, MIPS and TDP of Intel Quark, but I didn´t find such information.
Could someone help me with this information.
Thanks a lot.
I looked for the information you requested. I found information about the TDP in the specification update document and in the Thermal and Mechanical Design Guide. You can see the links to those documents below:
I'll do some more research about the GFLOPS and MIPS and contact you soon.
There are some timing tests, code, and comparison at
project final degree in electronic Engineering about Computer Vision.
I think Intel Galileo is not particularly well suited for computer vision projects. I've seen several threads about problems for setting the environment of openCV, for example, and not all video cameras can be handled (drivers problems).
Thanks for your answer. Probably I won´t select Intel Galileo for my project, but I need to justify why I don´t select this, and MIPs and GFlops might be the motive. I´m doing a comparative table between the embedded systems selected in which I introduced TDP, MIPs, GFLOPs...
I see. You can find some comparison at
And I've made some tests specifically related to power, which I posted in this forum
Thank you for your patience. In addition to what we posted in our previous reply, we found the Quark X1000 has ~1.4 DMIPs/MHz. You can also see information about the Quark X1000 processor core in section 11 of the datasheet http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/embedded/products/quark/quark-x1000-datasheet.html http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/embedded/products/quark/quark-x1000-datasheet.html .
Let us know if this is the information you were looking for.
I got this information from the "Processor Core" section of a Quark X1000 document specific to Design. This document is classified as "Intel Confidential". Hope it helped.
Thank you very much for letting us know the information we provided was useful. If you ever need assistance with a Quark case again don't hesitate to ask, we'd be happy to help.