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12 06, 2019

Win 10 IoT Core update – ready to go!

By | 2019-06-12T15:47:06+00:00 June 12th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Windows 10 IoT Core is now available for i.MX6, and has been ported to TRITON-TX6 modules. So we’re ready to go.

What hasn’t quite happened yet is Microsoft’s official commercial release. The official word is: “The code is currently intended for non-commercial development only at this time. A commercial quality release is expected later in 2019.”.

Watch this […]

30 04, 2018

Windows 10 IoT Core for i.MX6 – a relevant announcement?

By | 2018-04-30T12:42:46+00:00 April 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Windows 10 IoT Core is a real thing

When Microsoft announced Windows 10 IoT as the Windows 10 embodiment of its line of embedded-customisable versions, there were three versions – Core, Mobile and Enterprise. Forgetting about Mobile, which is not available to embedded projecst, the Enterprise version was to be rolled out for x86 hardware, and Core was lacking […]

19 05, 2016

NAND Flash types in embedded: SLC, MLC, TLC, pSLC

By | 2017-05-19T13:11:59+00:00 May 19th, 2016|Application Notes, LInux, System on Module|0 Comments

Does it matter what type of Flash is used for a SoM eMMC?

It’s very common for a large (4 or 8GB) eMMC Flash device to be offered as an alternative to a small NAND device, or an SD card, for storage of the (compressed) boot image, or other non-volatile storage requirements.

But although these devices feature wear […]

4 11, 2015

Do we really need standard pinouts for ARM modules?

By | 2017-05-19T13:11:59+00:00 November 4th, 2015|LInux, New Products, System on Module|2 Comments

Our recently-announced quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 module, the A31-uQ7 is based on a standard Qseven pinout – something we’ve not felt necessary over the last 15 years of pioneering the system-on-module market. So has something changed?

While standard pinouts find good use in the x86 world, there have been 3 reasons why they are less prevalent on […]