Banana PI BPI-M3 is a open-source hardware platform, powered by Allwinner A83T Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 and PowerVR SGX544MP1 GPU, 2GB RAM, 8GB Flash, with Micro SD card reader and SATA 2.0 port, , with 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet, runs Android 5.1.1, Debian linux or Ubuntu linux, support 1080P high definition video output, the GPIO compatible with Raspberry Pi B+ and can run the ROM Image. Price at $60 for bulk order.
Uyesee shows the Industry Board used for KTV, Digital Signage and Server based on Freescale, Broadcom, Hisilicons SOCs.The Freescale Board is good solution for Digital Signage, powered by Freescale I.MX6Q Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, 1G or 2G RAM optional, 4G Flash or up to 32GB optional, Support OS including Linux, Android,and Ubuntu, with WiFi and 3G/4G module, 100M LAN, Build-in SATA HDD, with 3*HDMI 1.4 Port support up to 3 display. Uyesee have another Freescale industry board for server with Dual Giga-Lan and 4*USB port.
The Broadcom solution powered by Broadcom BMC7252 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A15, 2GB RAM, with SATA, USB3.0 port and Giga Bit Lan, with HDMI 1.4-in and HDMI 2.0-out support 4K@60fps H265, it can used for Digital Signage and 4K streaming player.
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MediaTek MT2502 based LinkIt $59 ONE development board demos, including a Weather Station IoT demo which acquires temerature, humidity and pressure data from sensors and then visualizes the data on the MediaTek Cloud Sandbox. A Bike Tracker demo utilizes GNSS features to acquire the position of a bike in real time. The data is then uploaded to the EON real-time dashboard over a GPRS connection using the PubNub LinkIt ONE library support. The EON real-time dashboard provides a visualization of the data on a map.
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Get Started with AWS IoT Services on the LinkIt™ ONE Development Platform: If you have purchased the MediaTek LinkIt™ ONE and Grove IoT Starter Kit Powered by AWS or want to get started with the Amazon IoT cloud using the LinkIt ONE development board, this guide will get you started.
API reference: All the details you need to discover the full range of features you can add to your sketches.
Documentation & Tutorials: In addition to the developer’s guide you can find handy documents such as the LinkIt ONE pin-out diagram, reference design and product briefs on this page. There is also a growing list of tutorials on using specific classes of the API and building full proofs-of-concept.
This document provides you with detailed information on the LinkIt ONE development board, LinkIt ONE SDK tools and an introduction to the LinkIt ONE API.
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Jon Masters, Chief ARM Architect at Red Hat, talks about the AMD Huskyboard, the first 96boards Enterprise Edition, with an open specification for running a lot of the enterprise software including the software from Red Hat.
AMD Huskyboard 96boards Enterprise Edition available soon and the SoftIron Overdrive 3000 ARMv8 64bit server board. AMD also shows what they are doing for NFV Network Function Virtualization, developing solutions to power advanced networking.
Qualcomm talks about their Open Source Software Strategy, getting upstream support in the Linux Kernel for the Qualcomm based Development Boards like the Dragonboard 410c. Supporting Linux, Android, supporting Freedreno the Open Source GPU driver for Qualcomm processors, working towards support of OpenCL and more.
Grant Likely of Linaro introduces the http://96Boards.org IoT Starter Kit with retail price aimed at around $45 which includes the 96Boards UART also available at http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/96Boards-UART-p-2525.html and the Arduino-compatible 96Boards Sensors adapter board.
The eInfochips Eragon 410 is based Snapdragon 410 processor and comprises of on an ultra-small (26mm x 35mm) System-on-Module that acts as a building block for a wide range of products requiring low power consumption and connectivity, while providing a superior multimedia experience with solid processing power. The development kit comprises of a state of the art connector-less carrier board that interfaces the SoM via edge castellation for an added cost and size benefit. This benefit of Price, Performance, Package and Power makes the Eragon410 an ideal solution for robotics, infotainment, automation and control, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, including wearable technology.
The eInfochips Eragon 600 is based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Processor comprising of the high performance featuring a Qualcomm Krait 300 CPU with an advanced ARMv7 compliant architecture. The System on Module (SoM) is an MXM connector based high performance solution that comes in an 82mm x78mm form-factor including 2GB Memory, eMMC, GPS and integrated Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, making it an ideal solution for power efficient applications. eInfochips also has different versions of development kit to suit your end application. The engineering version of the development kit comes with an advance carrier card including Zigbee, Bluetooth, GPS, MPCIe, SATA, LVDS, MIC, and Speaker whereas the productized version of the Development Kit comes in a chassis with 7” LCD screen, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi antenna.
Qualcomm talks about the Dragonboard 410c now to be launched into mass production soon available on http://arrow.com, enabling affordable ARMv8 64bit low-cost development, with a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Adreno 306 GPU, with integrated WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, also expandable according to the http://96boards.org platform.