The latest embedded platform could be used in virtual reality, digital signage, smart retail, robotics and more.
Qualcomm has today introduced its latest Snapdragon 820E embedded platform for connected devices and Internet of Things (IoT). The Snapdragon 820E embedded platform is being made available globally by third-party distributors, initially through Arrow Electronics until 2025.
The Snapdragon 820E embedded platform features a 64-bit ARMv8-compliant quad-core Qualcomm Kryo CPU along with Qualcomm Adreno 530 GPU, which the brand claims ‘is an ideal processor for building advanced systems with multi-core performance and immersive 3D graphics'. The chipset also features Qualcomm Hexagon 680 DSP. The embedded platform also supports Bluetooth/Wi-Fi, six position location satellite systems and high-quality multi-channel audio.
The latest processor is made with new DragonBoard 820c development board offered by Arrow Electronics. DragonBoard 820c, is a 96Boards compliant open hardware specification, making it a highly expandable starting point for an invention. The Snapdragon 820E embedded platform joins the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410E and 600E embedded platforms in a tiered offering designed to address the needs of a diverse consumer, enterprise and industrial embedded device categories.
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“The Snapdragon 820E embedded platform is designed to support connected computing, and powerful yet power-efficient multicore processing for computer vision, artificial intelligence and immersive multimedia – all in one package for next generation of IoT applications such as virtual reality, digital signage, smart retail, robotics and more,” the company said in a statement.
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