MYIR Introduces the MYC-C335X-GW CPU Module

March 5, 2020 Perry Cohen

MYIR introduced the MYC-C335X-GW CPU Module, a Linux-ready module powered by TI's AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 processor, featuring PowerVR SGX530 for 2D and 3D graphics acceleration.

The module, which measures 50mm by 40mm, is the fourth AM335x CPU Module designed by MYIR for gateway applications. It integrates a DDR3L RAM memory, a Nand Flash or an eMMC Flash, EEPROM and PMIC. Two 0.8mm pitch 80-pin board-to-board expansion connectors are on the back of the module for interconnecting with a base board, thus providing an interface for the base board to carry out most of the I/O signals to and from the CPU module.

MYIR offers the MYD-C335X-GW Development Board for evaluating the MYC-C335X-GW CPU Module, its base board has extended a rich set of peripherals and interfaces such as RS485, RS232, USB2.0 HOST, Gigabit Ethernet, SFP, WiFi/Bluetooth, USB based Mini-PCIe interface for 4G LTE Module, Micro SD Card slot, SIM card slot, RGB LCD and LVDS interfaces, JTAG, etc.

The MYD-C335X-GW is a complete platform and solid reference design delivered with necessary accessories, detailed documentations, optional Camera and LCD modules which makes it ideal for evaluating and prototyping based on TI's AM335x microprocessors. MYIR also offers design services to customize the base board or CPU module according to customers' requirements.

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