Intrinsyc’s tiny “Open-Q 410″ module has a quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 410, offers WiFi, BT, GPS, and 8GB eMMC, and runs both Android and Linux.
Vancouver, Canada based Intrinsyc Technologies Corp. has expanded its line of Qualcomm Snapdragon based Open-Q computer-on-modules with a tiny module that taps Qualcomm’s 64-bit, Snapdragon 410. The Open-Q 410 is designed for Internet of Things applications like robotics, cameras, set-top-boxes, wearables, medical devices, vending machines, building and home automation, and industrial control.
The Snapdragon 410 system-on-chip, which will also debut this month on Qualcomm’s own DragonBoard 410c, a 96Boards-compatible hacker SBC, features four 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 cores, a 400MHz Adreno 306 GPU, and a Hexagon DSP. The DragonBoard 410c came in fifth out of 53 single board computers in our recent hacker SBC survey.
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