The SG865W-WF module is equipped with Qualcomm’s QCS8250 system-on-chip (SoC), which offers powerful performance and rich multimedia functions to meet industrial and consumer Artificial Intelligence IoT (AIoT) scenarios, which have greater requirements for high computing power, AI performance, and multimedia functions. The SG865W-WF module, says the company, will accelerate the efficient deployment of high-end AIoT applications such as video conferencing, cloud gaming, digital signage, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), robots and smart retail.
The 7-nm Qualcomm QCS8250 SoC integrates an octa-core high-performance Kryo 585 CPU, Adreno 650 GPU, Adreno 995 DPU, Hexagon DSP and Spectra 480 ISP, achieving a comprehensive computing power of up to 15 TOPS. As a result, says the company, the SG865W-WF module can provide sufficient computing power for edge computing, enabling compute-intensive IoT applications to offer excellent performance and deliver an improved experience.
The SG865W-WF module can also provide video performance with the support of max. 8K@30fps video coding or 8K@60fps video decoding, up to 64-megapixel photo and video capture, and a maximum of seven groups of cameras. The SG865W-WF supports the Android 10 operating system, with the default on-board storage of 8GB LPDDR5 + 64GB UFS.
In terms of communication performance, the SG865W-WF module supports Wi-Fi 6.0, Bluetooth 5.1 and 2×2 Wi-Fi MIMO multi-antenna technology. The module includes various peripheral interfaces such as dual USB, multiple PCIe and UART, and can seamlessly integrate with cellular and GNSS modules such as the company’s EC20 LTE module, and the RG500Q 5G module.