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About Erin Hartje

Erin Hartje is Inforce Computing's Product Marketing Manager.

Inforce extends Snapdragon technology to support FullHD and 4K HDMI input

Inforce Extends Snapdragon Technology to support FullHD and 4K HDMI
Inforce Extends Snapdragon Technology to support FullHD and 4K HDMI

When using Snapdragon technology, MIPI-CSI is the most common interface we see for capturing video and photography in embedded applications. Many Snapdragon embedded devices mirror the mobility, connectivity, and advanced camera features familiar on our mobile phones.  These popular mobile interfaces are part of what makes Snapdragon great for high performance, low power embedded devices. Continue reading Inforce extends Snapdragon technology to support FullHD and 4K HDMI input

Inforce 6640 ranks #12 out of all the top mobile phones in the market today

This week, Inforce ran internal benchmarks on the Inforce 6640, Snapdragon™ 820 powered SBC, to see how it ranked against the top phones and other single board computers on the market today.  In this industry, devices keep becoming increasingly competitive.  We were thrilled to see how Inforce 6640 scored specifically on the Antutu and 3DMark benchmarks. Continue reading Inforce 6640 ranks #12 out of all the top mobile phones in the market today

ACC-1H10: Inforce’s next generation MIPI-CSI 5MP camera with both 41-pin and 51-pin connectors

MIPI-CSI 5MP camera with both 41-pin and 51-pin connectorsInforce Computing introduces ACC-1H10, a 5 Mega Pixel camera sensor module board for Snapdragon™ 410E and 600E based Inforce platforms.  ACC-1H10 is the next generation MIPI-CSI camera adapter board that has replaced the popular ACC-1H60.  The camera module board comes with the same OmniVision (OVS5640) 5MP camera sensor as ACC-1H60 but has added a 41-pin connector to increase compatibility with more Inforce platforms. Continue reading ACC-1H10: Inforce’s next generation MIPI-CSI 5MP camera with both 41-pin and 51-pin connectors

Inforce Computing at Embedded World 2017

From robots cooking sausages to an augmented reality BMW® i8™ test drive, Embedded World showed the latest and greatest the embedded world had to offer. Internet of Things was no doubt at the center of the show and we were thrilled to see so many eager developers with such unique applications for Snapdragon™ technology ranging from surgical devices to industrial automation and smart city management.Inforce Computing at Embedded World 2017

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Meet the newest member of the Inforce family: Inforce 6640

The first single board computer based on Snapdragon™ 820 for the most advanced, high-end embedded devices. Inforce Computing today announced the much anticipated Inforce 6640, a Pico-ITX single board computer powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 system on chip. Inforce 6640 delivers the ultimate experience in connectivity, performance, power, and graphic capabilities as an off-the-shelf, production-ready solution for virtual/augmented reality, healthcare, gaming, 4K video collaboration, cameras, and Internet of Everything. Continue reading Meet the newest member of the Inforce family: Inforce 6640

Inforce 6309L™: The seamless transition from DragonBoard ™ 410c development to large-scale production just arrived

DragonBoard 410c provides developers with a great starting point for rapid prototyping for embedded or commercial products but what’s next when your device is ready to go to market?  Your application is working on this Snapdragon 410E platform but you find out DragonBoard  410c cannot support volume manufacturing, nor can give you the support you need for custom hardware and software modifications.  Where do you go from here? Continue reading Inforce 6309L™: The seamless transition from DragonBoard ™ 410c development to large-scale production just arrived

Inforce Computing joins Basler in bringing embedded vision development kits to Embedded World 2017

Basler partners with Inforce Computing to display their popular camera modules on Inforce development kits and single board computers at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany, March 14-16th.  Basler will be running live demos of embedded vision solutions on multiple Inforce platforms in the Basler booth.  The Inforce and Basler partnership allows developers to easily find a plug-n-play camera solution with support for the development platform, drivers, and Basler’s pylon camera software suite.Inforce Computing joins Basler in bringing embedded vision development Continue reading Inforce Computing joins Basler in bringing embedded vision development kits to Embedded World 2017

Inforce 6309 upgraded to support extended temperature grade

Additional build-to-order SKUs are available starting at $85: The Snapdragon™ 410E based Micro SBC, Inforce 6309, has gotten a huge upgrade: extended temperature support.  It now supports a temperature grade of -30⁰ to 85⁰C.  The same Micro SBC you love can now be anywhere you want it to be.  The Inforce 6309 board today ships with a heatsink, RTC and EMI shielding.  As a production-ready platform, you can immediately start prototyping and use the Inforce 6309 as a ready-made solution for your Internet of Things and industrial applications. Continue reading Inforce 6309 upgraded to support extended temperature grade

Inforce 6301: The micro SOM for the Internet of Things

Data is the new currency for many companies and now even cities. As ordinary objects gain sensors and connectivity, even more data will start to flood through the corporate gates. By 2020, there will be 10s of billions of connected devices in a massive explosion of the Internet of Things, according to Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (2016). With big data growing, companies big and small need to find better ways to analyze all this data at the edge of IoT to obtain meaningful information in order to make educated decisions. Inforce Computing has announced Inforce 6301 micro SOM which is perfectly aligned for the next generation of connected devices and gateways for the Internet of Things. Continue reading Inforce 6301: The micro SOM for the Internet of Things