Newark, CA, April 02, 2020
SMART Wireless Computing® (part of SMART Global Holdings)., a leading provider of Snapdragon™ embedded computing platforms and solutions, today announced a compact compute module in an LGA package, Inforce 6503. Inforce 6503 enables advanced visual computing, enhanced graphics and on-device machine learning capabilities featuring the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 660 processor. Continue reading SMART Wireless launches a new SoM based on Snapdragon™ 660, in a high reliability LGA package designed for Rugged Display devices
We are happy to announce an update release for Debian Linux software release for SMART’s Inforce 6701 reference design. This release is derived from Linaro’s Debian Linux build based on upstream kernel 5.2 and Debian 10 buster rootfs. This release has support for some exclusive features on Linux like MIPI-DSI rendering apart from other standard features. Continue reading An Upstream Linux Release for the Snapdragon 845 based Inforce 6701 Reference Design is now Available!
We’re excited to announce that this time too, we are showcasing at Embedded World 2020 which is to be held at Nuremberg, Germany from February 25 – 27 of 2020. You can meet our team at Hall 2 / 2-555, Hall 4A / Stand 340 and Hall 4A / Stand 330.
SMART Wireless Computing (Inforce)
SMART Wireless (Inforce), a manufacturer based in Newark, CA, is a fast growing developer of high-performance production-ready ARM® ISA based embedded computing platforms for IoT applications. Enhanced by key partnerships with Qualcomm, SMART Wireless designs and manufactures Snapdragon™ processor-based system-on-modules (“SOMs”), single board computers (“SBCs”), and development kits. Inforce’s embedded technologies are enabling the next generation of connected devices.
About SMART Global Holdings
The SMART family of companies are global leaders in specialty memory solutions serving the electronics industry for over 25 years. Focused on providing extensive customer-specific design capabilities, technical support and value-added testing services, the SMART companies collaborate closely with their global OEM customers throughout their design process and across multiple projects to create memory solutions for demanding applications with differentiated requirements.
The SMART companies have led the way over the past 25 years providing standard and custom products to today’s leading global OEMs crossing all major electronic industries. Taking innovations from the design stage through manufacturing and supply, SMART Modular Technologies has developed a comprehensive product line comprised of DRAM and Flash memory technologies across various form factors. SMART High Reliability Solutions offers high-performance, high-capacity solid state drives (“SSDs”) for defence, aerospace and industrial automation markets. SMART’s presence in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America enables it to provide its customers with proven expertise in supply-chain management, international logistics and asset management worldwide.
Extends Product Offering into Embedded Computing for Federal, Defense, Industrial, Edge Computing, Consumer and Communications OEM Markets
NEWARK, Calif., July 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SMART Global Holdings, Inc. (“SMART”) (NASDAQ: SGH) today announced that it has entered the embedded computing market through two acquisitions; Artesyn Embedded Computing, the embedded computing business of Artesyn Embedded Technologies, and Inforce Computing. Continue reading SMART Global Holdings Announces Entry into Embedded Computing Market Through Acquisition of Inforce Computing
Inforce’s newest Single Board Computer based on Qualcomm®’s Snapdragon 660™ core is close to being available for everyone. A key interface on this hardware would be the USB-C connector that runs on the USB 3.1/gen 1
protocol – the most recent version of the USB (Universal Serial Bus) standard for connecting peripheral devices. USB-C is a powerhouse that fits even more pins into its thin and compact shape as compared to the standard USB Type-A and B connections. Continue reading Unleash the Power of USB-C with Inforce 6560
Coming soon from Inforce is a Single Board Computer based on the Qualcomm® Snapdragon 660™ core. The Inforce 6560™ SBC will be made available in the standard pico-iTX form factor without compromising on direct access to an extensive set of I/Os including USB-C with UltraHD display capability. This platform can be a replacement for Inforce 6540 SBC and an upgrade from the Inforce 6410P SBC which have reached end-of-life. Continue reading Coming soon – Snapdragon 660 Based Inforce 6560 SBC
We are happy to announce a fully featured release for Debian Linux software for the Inforce 6601 development kit. This release is based on Linaro’s Debian Linux build based on upstream kernel 4.14 and Debian 10 buster rootfs. This release has support for some exclusive features on Linux like preview and capture from the OV5640 camera sensor based Inforce ACC1H10 accessory through the onboard MIPI-CSI interface apart from improved thermal performance, hardware accelerated H265 encode/decode through Gstreamer integrated codecs, 4K HDMI output with audio apart from a whole lot of other standard features. Continue reading An Upstream Linux Release for the Snapdragon 820 based Inforce 6601 Development kit is now available!
Inforce Computing is at the Embedded World trade show this week, taking place at the Exhibition hall, in Nuremberg, Germany. At Hall 4A, Arrow Electronics’ Booth 340, we are presenting live demos of our newest products viz., Inforce 6320, an IoT edge gateway with option for routing capabilities and ACC1S80, an Ultra HD HDMI Input Adapter Card. Continue reading Day 1 at Embedded World – Inforce Computing
Introduction: Product makers would find it hard to pick up off-the-shelf Linux distributions for use in their systems directly owing to the combination of bootloader, kernel, application, and development tool components not being compatible for their peripherals and hardware. Thus, a ‘roll your own’ approach to Linux is preferred and the Open Embedded (OE) build environment provides exactly that through a methodology to reliably build customized Linux distributions for your embedded devices. Open Embedded is not a Linux distro but a build system with which a Linux distro can be created.
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Introduction: The purpose of an RTC or a real-time clock is to provide precise time and date which can be used for various application use-cases. Similar to a watch, it runs on a battery and keeps time for you even when there is a power outage on your system! Using it, you can keep track of long timelines, even if your system is disconnected from the power plug. Continue reading Enabling RTC on Inforce Platforms