The Digi ConnectCore 8M Nano extends Digi’s i.MX SOM portfolio beside the ConnectCore 6 and ConnectCore 8X families. The range is scalable covering a wide range of applications, performance and price points.

The Digi ConnectCore 8M Nano Development Kit has been developed to ease embedded product design. Digi is an Early Access Partner for NXP’s latest i.MX 8M Nano applications processor, which was announced in December. The ConnectCore 8M Nano has pre-certified wireless connectivity, an integrated device security framework, remote management, cloud integration and a complete Linux software platform based on Yocto Project.

The company will also present Digi XBee wireless networking solutions, Digi ConnectCore SOMs and Digi Remote Manager, a comprehensive IoT device monitoring application.

Following its recent purchase of Opengear, Digi will also feature a range of critical IT infrastructure products and software.


Adding Machine Learning-based Image Processing to your IoT Product: Real-time edge processing on the Digi ConnectCore 8X.

On Thurs., Feb. 27 from 10:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Andreas Burghart, Principal IoT Technology Manager at Digi International, and Brad Scott, CEO at Au-Zone Technologies, Inc., will co-host a session as part of Session 7.1 in the Embedded Vision track.

Embedded Computing Design Panel: “Designing for Industrial Applications”

Mark Tekippe, Digi Director of Product Management, will be a panel participant in the Embedded Computing Design booth in Hall 5/5-341 on Tues., Feb. 25 from 4:00 p.m.-4:45 p.m.

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