ARM Technology

Low Power - High Performance - Specific Features

ARM (Advanced RISC Machine) CPUs well known from the mobile phone market, is a family of RISC (reduced instruction set computing) architecture processors, designed for various applications. Compared to CISC (complexe information set computing) processors like x86, ARM designs are focused on dedicted usecases and thereofore use to have lower power consumption on a similar performance level.

Most ARM processor developments that suit for the Embedded market come from NXP, TI, Rockchip, just to name some.

Packed in differnet ready to go small form factor modules, ARM desings are easy to deploy to your desing.

SODIMM

i.Core MX8M Mini

EDIMM SOM based on NXP® i.MX 8M Mini

i.Core MX8X

EDIMM SOM based on NXP® i.MX 8X

i.Core RZ/G2E

EDIMM SOM based on Renesas RZ/G2E

Rockchip PX30

EDIMM SOM based on Rockchip PX30

 

SMARC module

SmarCore MX8X

NXP® i.MX8X SMARC SOM

SmarCore MX6SX

NXP® i.MX86SX SMARC SOM

Multimedia 4K STARTER KIT SMARC

SMARC Form Factor Evaluation Board

 

MicroSOM

MicroGEA MX6ULL

i.MX 6ULL based Micro SOM                                    

Is.IoT MX6UL

i.MX 6UltraLite based Is.IoT SOM                      

MicroGEA STM32MP1

ST® STM32MP157 based Micro SOM                  

MicroDev 2.0 Carrier Board

General-purpose miniature carrier board. Available with CAN Bus and LTE interfaces