Highly integrated SOM platform based on i.MX 8M Nano

Highly integrated SOM platform based on i.MX 8M Nano

By eeNews Europe

NXP’s latest i.MX 8M Nano applications processor featuring scalable, power-efficient Arm Cortex-A53 and Cortex-M7 cores with advanced connectivity and multimedia capabilities.

The cost-effective SOM platform offers pre-certified wireless connectivity, integrated security, remote management, cloud integration and the Yocto Linux software platform. The Digi ConnectCore range was designed to simplify embedded product development.

Features include:

· Digi Embedded Yocto – an open-source, production-ready Linux distribution with fully tested and maintained BSPs and APIX software extensions for security, power management and wireless connectivity

· Pre-certified wireless connectivity (dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5 and Gigabit Ethernet)

· Digi TrustFence – an integrated, tested and complete device security framework that simplifies building secure connected products

· Digi Microcontroller Assist (MCA) – an on-board subsystem that assists with advanced power management, security, peripheral support and system reliability operations

· Digi SMTplus – a compact, low-profile, mounting technology that eliminates board-to-board connector cost and improves performance, reliability and physical security

· Digi Remote Manager (DRM) – cloud-based device management capabilities including policy-based firmware updates, configuration management and device health monitoring

· Digi XBee software integration – enables a broad range of wireless connectivity options with Digi’s family of pre-certified modules including short-range (802.15.4 / Zigbee), long-range (868/900 MHz) and cellular (LTE Cat-1, LTE-M, NB-IoT)

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