Mouser Now Stocking the Low-Power Intel Curie Module for Wearable and Edge Devices

Mouser Electronics, Inc. is now stocking the highly anticipated Intel® Curie™ module, a complete low-power solution designed for use in wearable devices and consumer and industrial edge solutions. Powered by the Intel® Quark™ SE system-on-chip (SoC), the Intel Curie module is extremely power efficient and offers features that are ideal for "always-on" applications such as social media, sports, and fitness activities.

The Intel Curie module, now available from Mouser Electronics, features a 32-bit Intel Quark SE SoC with 384 kBytes of flash memory and 80 kBytes of SRAM. The module includes an integrated DSP sensor hub, a 6-axis combination sensor with accelerometer and gyroscope, Bluetooth® low energy connectivity, battery charging through a power management IC (PMIC) on some models, and pattern-matching capabilities for optimized analysis of sensor data — enabling quick and easy identification of actions and motions.

The module is packaged into a very small form factor and is supported by a complete software platform that includes the Intel® Curie™ Open Developer Kit (ODK) to make it easier to realize new designs even faster. Created specifically for the Intel Curie module, the software platform is an end-to-end solution designed to assist developers by increasing the speed and ease of development of a wide variety of projects and market-ready products. The Intel Curie platform includes the hardware, firmware, software, documentation, and tools that empower developers to create their own unique and differentiated products.

To learn more, visit http://www.mouser.com/new/Intel/intel-curie-module
 

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