Aries Embedded has received first samples of its latest RISC-V and ARM-based embedded system-in-package boards ready to show for the first time later this month.
The MSRZG2UL and MSRZFive are based on the single-core microprocessors RZ/G2UL and RZ/Five microcontrollers from Renesas Electronics.
The RZ/G2UL microprocessor includes a Cortex-A55 (1.0 GHz) CPU and a CortexM33 coprocessor, while the RZ/Five has a RISC-V CPU core (AX45MP Single) running at 1.0 GHz.
“The microcontrollers have numerous interfaces and are therefore the ideal basis for our new system-on-modules for industrial gateway devices,” said Andreas Widder, Managing Director of Aries Embedded. “The new MSRZ SiPs are used in industrial controllers, IoT devices and other embedded systems with simple GUI functions.”
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The smallest “S” size MSRZ SiP SoMs measure 30 by 30 mm and conform to the SGET OSM standard and offer an LCD controller. They support 512 MB to 4 GB of DDR4 RAM and 4 GB of eMMC NAND flash. The numerous interfaces include camera input (MIPI-CSI), display output (Parallerl-IF), USB2.0 2ch, SD 2ch, CAN (CAN-FD) and Gigabit Ethernet 2-Channel. The temperature range is -25 °C to +85 °C and -40 °C to +85 °C for industrial environments.
The MSRZG2UL and MSRZFive SiPs will be available as samples from the third quarter of 2022. Series production will start in the fourth quarter of 2022.
ARIES Embedded will present the system-in-packages for the first time at Embedded World from 22nd June in Nuremberg.
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