iWave Releases New Single Board Computer, iWave SBC

January 21, 2020 Perry Cohen

iWave has released a new single board computer, the iWave SBC, to assist with development challenges.

Powered by NXP i.MX8 Processor, the iWave SBC is equipped with upto eight Armv8 64-Bit heterogeneous CPU cores (2 x Arm Cortex- A72, 4 x Arm Cortex-A53 & 2 x Arm Cortex-M4F). Advanced use cases include high-speed networking , edge computing , industrial automation ,4K imaging , e-cockpit, intelligent data center, and i.MX8 Quad MAX/Quad Plus Pico ITX SBC. Key Features include:

  • Intelligent Edge
  • Interactive GUI
  • Hardware Virtualization
  • Ample Connectivity
  • Optimized Power Consumption

As for security, iWave’s SBC has a security microcontroller (SECO) to perform all security functions. It verifies the authenticity of the Uboot, Linux, and RTOS binaries. The security controller also contains a Cryptographic Acceleration and Assurance Module (CAAM) to implement secure and validated cryptography mechanisms and further enhance data security in the SBC platform.

For more information, visit iwavesystems.com

 

 


 
 

 

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