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GROBOARD “GIANT BOARD” RUNS LINUX AND FOLLOWS ADAFRUIT FEATHER FORM-FACTOR

Groboard has unveiled a tiny single board computer that runs Linux on Arm Cortex-A processor, called “Giant Board”. In contrast to it’s name, the board is tiny and runs Linux on Microchip’s SiP application of its Cortex-A5-based SAMA5D SoC and is equipped with 128MB RAM, micro-USB, microSD and I/O including ADC and PWM. There are many available single …

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Variscite launches NXP iMX8X based VAR-SOM-MX8X System on Module

Variscite has announced the launch of a new i.MX 8X-based Module. The VAR-SOM-MX8X product family supports NXP i.MX 8QuadXPlus / 8DualXPlus / 8DualX processors with up to 4 1.2GHz Cortex™-A35 cores. The module provides efficient power/performance architecture, built-in safety features and highly integrated multimedia support. This highly integrated solution is designed to support a wide …

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How to use SD Card to do system data copy in Raspberry Pi?

What’s Raspberry Pi? Raspberry Pi is one minicomputer in a credit card size. It is pre-installed with Linux system and equipped with an ARM CPU processor, and its computing performance is like that of smartphone. Comparing to standard computer, the advantage of it is low energy consumption, mobile portability, GPIO, etc. Due to the size …

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Stackable 8-relay add-on supports up to 64 relays per Raspberry Pi

Sequent Microsystems’ “Raspberry Pi 8-Relay Card” provides 8x relays and can be stacked to enable 64 relays per Raspberry Pi for home automation applications such as smart sprinklers. Sequent Microsystems has gone to Kickstarter to launch a “Raspberry Pi 8-Relay Card,” a more-focused version of last fall’s successfully Kickstarted Raspberry Pi Mega-IO Expansion Card. The …

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User Signalled Process System in Raspberry Pi

The Raspberrypi board is powerful enough to run large operating systems like Linux, Mac and Windows. The Multi-tasking Operating Systems can run several processes at a time creating and effect of parallel processing with the help of the high speed processor. The Linux Operating Systems provides Multi-User-Multitasking. Linux operating systems especially Ubuntu is preferred for …

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