IoT Platform Enhanced With 696MHz Processor and Low-power i.MX 6ULL Variants

TEL AVIV, Israel --- Variscite, announces extensions to its popular DART-6UL platform. New configurations will support 696MHz Cortex-A7 speed grade and the low-power i.MX 6ULL variants. Measuring 25 mm x 50 mm, this cost and power platform is commonly used in fast emerging applications, such as the Internet-of-Things. The DART-6UL accommodates the rapidly growing network of connected objects from smart homes, to wearables and white goods, as well as many other portable and battery operated embedded systems.

Introducing the enhanced 696MHz processor speed grade and the 6ULL variants enables Variscite to further optimize its SoM offering to customers in various embedded segments. A wide range of interfaces, fully certified WiFi/BT connectivity, low size and low power can all be satisfied within a very attractive price range - starting from only 24USD.

The DART-6UL offers full -40 to 85oC temperature range and 15-year longevity commitment, thus making it an ideal solution for industrial-grade embedded applications.

Variscite's production-ready software suit for the DART-6UL, covering Linux Yocto, Linux Debian and Android, delivers an all-inclusive solution, significantly easing development efforts and shortening time-to-market.

DART-6UL key features include:
•Small size: 25 mm x 50 mm x 4 mm
•NXP i.MX 6UltraLite and 6ULL 528MHz/696MHz ARM Cortex-A7 with optional security features
•Up to 512 MB DDR3L and 512 MB NAND / 32 GB eMMC
•Certified Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
•Bluetooth 4.1/BLE
•Dual 10/100Mbps Ethernet
•2D Pixel acceleration engine
•Display: 24-bit parallel RGB up to WXGA
•Touchscreen controller
•Dual USB 2.0 OTG (Host/Device)
•Audio In/Out
•Parallel camera input
•Industrial temperature grade
•OS: Linux Yocto, Linux Debian, Android

Availability and pricing:

The DART-6UL SoM and associated development kits are available now for orders in production quantities, starting at $24 USD per unit.

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