Evaluation Kit Supports NXP Crossover Processor

Adesto Technologies supports NXP Semiconductors’ i.MX RT1015 Crossover Processor Evaluation Kit (EVK) with flash memory to provide a viable off-chip solution for cost-sensitive consumer electronics, home and building automation, and industrial IoT products. NXP’s i.MX RT crossover processors are designed to bridge the gap between high-performance and integration while minimizing costs to meet increasing requirements for high-performance embedded processing at the edge. The processors are designed without on-chip flash memory to deliver optimal power, performance and cost for a range of emerging applications such as smart connected appliances and wireless control panels.

 

The i.MX RT1015 family builds on the i.MX RT crossover processor series, using the Arm Cortex-M7 core at 500 MHz and provides additional low-cost LQFP packages to further simplify board design and layout. The EVK for the i.MX RT1015 features a Quad interface with Adesto’s 128-Mbit, 133-MHz quad flash memory on-board. For more details, visit Adesto.

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