Kontron Unveils ULP-COM-sA3874i Module Powered by TI Sitara AM3874

Kontron introduced ULP-COM-sA3874i, another family of computer-on-module based on ULP-COM standards, based on Texas Instruments Sitara AM3874 Cortex A8 processors that aims to drive down system costs for ultra-low power SFF (small form factor) solutions in military, industrial automation/HMI, digital signage and medical markets. Here are the technical specifications of this module family: CPU – Texas Instruments Sitara AM3874 Cortex …

Kontron Unveils ULP-COM-sA3874i Module Powered by TI Sitara AM3874

Kontron introduced ULP-COM-sA3874i, another family of computer-on-module based on ULP-COM standards, based on Texas Instruments Sitara AM3874 Cortex A8 processors that aims to drive down system costs for ultra-low power SFF (small form factor) solutions in military, industrial automation/HMI, digital signage and medical markets. Here are the technical specifications of this module family: CPU – Texas Instruments Sitara AM3874 Cortex …

Bare metal embedded software development with & without an RTOS

In this Product How-To article, TI’s Joseph Coombs describes the problems developers have in meeting the strict real-time requirements of embedded systems and how use of the company’s StarterWare set of lightweight OS-independent libraries and utilities will help in designs based on TI’s ARM, DSP and ARM/DSP processors. Despite the widespread use of high-level operating systems and software in …

Embedding HPC: A rocket in your pocket

New embedded processors, single-board computers, and software development tools are enabling super-computing-like applications on embedded systems. Here are a few recent advances in HPC for embedded systems. High performance computing (HPC) refers to running large, compute-intensive applications to solve complex numerical algorithms typically used in areas such as image processing and simulation. Some HPC applications include computational fluid …

Embedding HPC: A rocket in your pocket

New embedded processors, single-board computers, and software development tools are enabling super-computing-like applications on embedded systems. Here are a few recent advances in HPC for embedded systems. High performance computing (HPC) refers to running large, compute-intensive applications to solve complex numerical algorithms typically used in areas such as image processing and simulation. Some HPC applications include computational fluid …