Began selling kits on the Intel platform Joule for developers

The source announced the beginning of sales announced in August, sets on Intel Joule for developers. Universal platform Intel Joule is designed to rapidly build prototypes of various electronic devices of the Internet of things, including microservers, computer vision and virtual reality, robots and drones. Basis sets is the computational system in the form of a module that supports 4K video.

Module Intel Joule 550x is built on a 64-bit Quad core Intel Atom processor T5500, running at 1.5 GHz. At the disposal of the processor is 3 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 8 GB of flash memory eMMC. Module Intel 570x Joule is built on a 64-bit Quad core Intel Atom T5700. Processor running at 1.7 GHz, which with the help of Intel Burst technology it increases up to 2.4 GHz. Module configuration includes 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 16 GB of flash memory eMMC.

In sets, in addition to the modules included expansion card, microSD card, two Wi-Fi antenna, the radiator and mount. Developers can use numerous interfaces, including USB 3.0, I2C and UART, and GPIO. An important feature of the platform is to support technology surround vision with Intel RealSense. As for the OS, you can use Reference for Linux Ubuntu/Ubuntu Core (Snappy) and Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core.

Source: RS Components

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