Inforce Computing Snapdragon™ 410 powered platforms got a big upgrade! Android Nougat has arrived with our new Android software release V3.0. This release features Android 7.1.1 which is based on Linux kernel version 3.10.49. This is specifically applicable to Inforce products: Inforce 6301 Micro SOM based dev kit and Micro SBC Inforce 6309.
For those developers currently figuring out the best way to add 4K video technology input into their devices, tune in now. Inforce recently announced Inforce ACC-1S80, an accessory card used with Inforce Snapdragon™ 820 platforms to bring 4K video input in through dual MIPI-CSI.
FREMONT, Calif., Jan. 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Inforce Computing®, Inc., a leading provider of modular embedded computing platforms and solutions, introduces a new accessory card for their Snapdragon™ 820 based products, ACC-1S80™. This accessory card enables developers to bring in UHD 4K video input into Inforce 66XX based products through HDMI to CSI. Continue reading UltraHD 4K HDMI Input Integrates into Snapdragon Solutions by Plugging in Inforce Computing’s New Accessory ACC-1S80
To continue our push with Linux on Snapdragon 820 products to support essential features for your product, we have released a new Linux package for Inforce 6601 SOM based development kit. Inforce 6601 now has support for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in this latest release which is now available on our TechWeb under release 0.5. This release is based on Linaro’s Debian based build based on Linux kernel 3.18 and has all the features previously supported in the last BSP.
Continue reading New Linux Release! Get connected on Inforce 6601 Micro SOM now with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support
We will be attending Embedded World again this year Feb 27th to March 3rd and we would love to meet you! Please fill out the form below to request a meeting time and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We are excited to see you there! Continue reading Inforce Computing is coming to Embedded World 2018
Defining the ISP
Snapdragon™ technology in the IoT space is often chosen for applications because of its advanced multimedia capabilities making it stand out over alternatives. When you use Snapdragon, you benefit from the performance efficiency of the CPU, immersive graphics from the GPU, a dedicated DSP and sensor core, integrated connectivity and the advanced imaging capabilities of the ISP. Without fully understanding each part of Snapdragon, you could be potentially missing out on making your application the best it can be! Today we focus on the role of the ISP, and help you choose a camera that perfectly fits your use case. Continue reading Understanding the Potential of Snapdragon™ ISPs and Selecting the Right Camera
Understanding the potential of Snapdragon ISPs and selecting the right camera sensor for your Inforce platform
October 3rd 9AM PST
Whether you are interested to see how Snapdragon can benefit the advanced photography or video needed in your application, or you have already shortlisted your top choice camera sensors, this live event is for you. Continue reading [Live Webinar] Understanding Snapdragon ISPs and choosing a camera sensor
This month, Inforce announced a Linux build for the Micro SOM based development kit, Inforce 6601, and now we are providing a similar build for the single board computer based on Snapdragon 820, Inforce 6640. This beta release version 0.4 supports Debian Stretch and provides a desktop environment GUI using LXQt. This release has support for some exclusive features on Linux like MIPI-CSI preview stream, improved thermal performance, hardware accelerated H265 encode/decode, 4K HDMI output with audio coupled with a lot of other standard features. Continue reading Download Linux for your Inforce 6640 SBC
Making its debut, Inforce 6420 based on the powerful Snapdragon™ 600 SoC, is the first Inforce’s new line of application-ready platforms. This platform brings FullHD HDMI input and dual HDMI output to cater to a vast range of new enriched IoT spaces that require edge computing, such as smart cities, smart homes, smart grid, digital health, and automated environmental pollution control.
Snapdragon 600E based Inforce 6410P SBC and Inforce 6401 Micro SOM got a big upgrade with Android Lollipop, allowing developers to put their Kit Kat days behind them.
New BSPs for Inforce 6410P and Inforce 6401 Development Kit are now available on the Inforce TechWeb