SECO's roadmap from NXP i.MX 6 to i.MX 8M

Amongst the most important innovations, SECO introduces an updated version of its Q7-928, a Qseven(r) standard module featuring the NXP(r) i.MX 6DualPlus applications processor that offers top computational and graphical performances given by the low-power consuming ARM architecture. The i.MX 6DualPlus processor is also an option for the SBC-A62-J, a low-end Single Board Computer that exploits the potential of a configurable expansion connector to fully meet the configuration flexibility needs. Both solutions can now benefit from the increased performances and enhanced 3D graphics delivered by the i.MX 6DualPlus processor.

Q7-928
Q7-928
SBC-A62-J
SBC-A62-J

, an NXP Semiconductor Proven Partner, is also one of the early access partners working with NXP on the i.MX 8M applications processor to design innovative and scalable solutions for next-generation embedded applications. SECO’s roadmap envisages the development of the NXP i.MX 8M µ module: a small sized-solution for applications like domotics or vending, requiring enhanced security, wide connectivity, advanced multimedia and a dedicated core for real-time response.

“NXP realizes that one of the keys to success for the i.MX 8M processor is enabling an active ecosystem so a wide range of customers can achieve a faster time to market,” said Robert Thompson, i.MX Ecosystem Manager at NXP. “Seco, with its long history of high performance i.MX and , was a perfect fit to be an early development partner and facilitate a wide range of customers to design in the full multimedia potential of the i.MX 8M.”

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