MYIR in­tro­duces low-cost ARM boards for TI Si­tara AM335x MPUs

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MYIR has re­leased a de­vel­op­ment board fam­ily – the MYD-AM335X based on the 720MHz Texas In­stru­ments (TI) Si­tara AM335x (AM3352, AM3354, AM3356, AM3357, AM3358 and AM3359) ARM Cor­tex-A8 Mi­cro­pro­ces­sors (MPUs), which are ideal for home au­to­ma­tion, in­dus­trial au­to­ma­tion, en­ter­prise/ ed­u­ca­tional tablets, portable nav­i­ga­tion de­vices and net­work­ing. The boards have a com­monly-used base board and use MYC-AM335X se­ries CPU mod­ules as core boards. They can sup­port Linux, An­droid and Win­dows CE7 high-level op­er­at­ing sys­tems, and work in harsh en­vi­ron­ments of -40º to +85º Cel­sius for in­dus­trial em­bed­ded ap­pli­ca­tions.

MYIR is us­ing the 15x15 mm, 0.8-mm ball pitch, ZCZ pack­age AM335x ARM CPU on the MYC-AM335X CPU mo­d­ule, which is a SOM (Sys­tem on Mo­d­ule). It has the core com­po­nents of an AM335x pro­ces­sor, 512 MB DDR3 SDRAM, 512 MB Nand Flash and Gi­ga­bit Eth­er­net PHY chip-on-board, and can be served as the core of your em­bed­ded sys­tem. It has two 2.0 mm pitch 60-pin male ex­pan­sion con­nec­tors, one 2.0 mm pitch 26-pin in­ter­face and one 2.0 mm pitch 10-pin in­ter­face to al­low ex­ten­sions of all the con­troller sig­nals and ports to the base board through head­ers and con­nec­tors, thus ex­pos­ing more fea­tures of the AM335x Cor­tex-A8 pro­ces­sors.

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