“Inforce 6601 Micro SOM – You asked for it and we delivered.”
We are happy to announce a public release for Debian Linux software release version 0.4 for the
Inforce 6601 development kit. This is a beta release from Linaro’s Debian build based on the Linux kernel 3.18 and Debian Linux 9 Stretch. Continue reading Inforce 6601 Micro SOM now Supports Linux!
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
Continue reading Inforce Snapdragon 600E platforms have been upgraded to Android Lollipop
While it may seem like the temperature will never drop, our prices are! For a limited time, Inforce 6309 Snapdragon 410E powered micro SBC is $89 with
discount code “summer”.
Continue reading Happy Summer! Inforce 6309 available for $89 for limited time Miracast is now supported on the Snapdragon™ 820 based platforms
We are excited to announce that Miracast is now supported on the Snapdragon™ 820 based platforms, Inforce 6601 development kit and
Inforce 6640 SBC. The Android release version 2.1 BSP is based on Android Nougat 7.1.1. and is accessible on the Inforce Techweb. Continue reading Miracast Support is now available on the Snapdragon™ 820 based Inforce 6601 and Inforce 6640 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 Snapdragon™ 820 based Inforce 6640 SBC & 6601 Development Kit now support Android Nougat 7
Android Nougat 7 is now available for
Snapdragon ™ 820 based Inforce products. The Android release version 2.0 BSP is accessible on the Inforce Techweb for the Inforce 6601 development kit and the Inforce 6640 SBC. Continue reading Android Nougat 7 Support announced for Inforce Products
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 Software Update for Inforce 6301 Micro SOM and Inforce 6309 Micro Single Board Computer (powered by the Snapdragon™ 410 SoC)(upgraded Android from Lollipop to Marshmallow 6.0.1)
The Android release version 2.0 BSP has been uploaded onto the Inforce TechWeb for
Inforce 6301 micro SOM development kit and Inforce 6309 micro SBC. This software release has upgraded Android from Lollipop to Marshmallow 6.0.1. It supports all the same features that were supported for Android Lollipop including 1080p30 HDMI, USB, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, SD, GPS, Bluetooth and features a linux kernel 3.10.49. Continue reading Android 6 Marshmallow now available for Snapdragon 410 based Inforce platforms Inforce 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
As we finish our first quarter of the year, we are happy to share insights on all the new products, hardware, and software updates since our last newsletter in January with even more on the horizon. In this newsletter, we share details about enabling RTC on your Inforce platform and how to roll your own Linux build system with Open Embedded. Lastly, we bring you all the way to Germany where we share our experience partnering with Qualcomm, Basler, and Arrow at Embedded World 2017.
Warm wishes from the Inforce Team!
Continue reading Inforce Insights March 2017: Vol.3 Issue 2 – Inforce Computing Newsletter