VMARC SoM Family VMARC SoM is a series of SoM(System on Module) designed by Vamrs following the SMARC 2.0((Smart Mobility Architecture) standard. The SMARC standard is a versatile small form factor computer Module definition targeting applications that require low power, low costs, and high performance. VMARC SoM stand out with rich choice of computing power, graphics, camera, sound, network and optional wireless interfaces, offering embedded system developers a complete, off-the-shelf, upgradeable, credit-card sized embedded computing core that is ideal for IoT, multimedia, low-power graphics-intensive applications and AI enabled devices.
TOYBRICK RK3399PRO BOARD IS PRE-ORDER NOW Rockchip now introduces the new Toybrick series development board starting with TB-RK3399Pro. TB-RK3399Pro and is expected to be shipped in mid of Jan. 2019, in limited numbers. The TB-RK3399Pro development board is equipped with the super-performance AI processor RK3399Pro, which has superior general-purpose computing performance. It equips ARM big.LITTLE architecture, dual-core Cortex-A72 + quad-core Cortex-A53, with technical leadership in overall performance and power consumption; quad-core ARM high-end GPU Mali-T860, integrates multiple bandwidth compression technology, providing overall excellent performance.
RK3399 Pro update When Rockhip released RK3399 Pro, their first chip with a powerful dedicated NPU up to 2.4TOPs performance, it was told that the release time is August. Apparently they had some delay, and it’s the end of Sep now! We recently have some updates from Rockchip that we can start to design boards based on RK3399 Pro now. Not pin-to-pin compatible We posted on our website that RK3399 Pro was pin-to-pin compatibble with RK3399 and we can upgrade current boards without hardware changes.