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NXP tackles edge processing with Arm-based processors


NXP was aiming at edge computing – data processing before transmission to the cloud – when it introduced the i.MX 8M family CPUS at Embedded World.

Mar. 08, 2018 – 

Made on a 14LPC finfet process, versions with single, dual, and quad Arm Cortex-A53 running up to 2GHz were announced. The chips also include Cortex-M4 real-time processing at 400MHz.

"i.MX 8M core options are optimised for low-power, even sub-Watt in specific applications, but offer the breadth of processing power necessary for consumer, audio, industrial, machine learning training and inferencing across a range of cloud providers."

Also on-board is hardware 1080p video acceleration for two-way video, as well as 2D and 3D graphics for visually-rich human-machine interfaces, and multi-channel audio with digital microphone input.

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