Monday, July 22, 2024

RISC-V Single Board Computer Designed To Run Linux

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Suitable for edge computing and AI, the board comes with a host of computing characteristics, which allows high flexibility to Linux users

BeagleBoard in collaboration with Seeed has announced that it has brought in Star Five, a RISC-V solutions provider for the development of the BeagleV (pronounced Beagle five) Single Board Computer, providing developers with more freedom and power to innovate and design.

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It features 8GB RAM with powerful AI performance (3.5T NVDLA, 1T NNE), built-in ISP/NNE, PCle 3.0,1 Gigabit ethernet and a dual-core 64-bit RISC-V CPU with 8GB of LPDDR memory. It also has a dedicated hardware encoder/decoder supporting H.264 4k@60fps, making it a perfect edge computing device with powerful AI capability.

Supported by Linux, BeagleV allows high flexibility to Linux users from silicon to hardware. BeagleV is built around RISC-V U74 Dual-core with 2MB L2 cache @ 1.0GHz. The processor offers highly integrated and powerful AI features including:
• Vision DSP Tensilica-VP6 for computing vision
• NVDLA Engine 1 core (configuration 2048 MACs@800MHz )
• Neural Network Engine (1024MACs@500MHz)

Thanks to its open-source structure, the thriving open-source community will find the BeagleV to be greatly effective while building projects with a higher performance development board.

BeagleV will be available for early access in March with larger availability in September.


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