Mouser has signed a global distribution agreement with Theobroma Systems to provide embedded engineering services and module devices that include embedded systems. Through the agreement, the company is now offering the RK3399-Q7 SoM, claimed to be the industry’s first Qseven module featuring the high-performance Arm Cortex-A72 cores.
Theobroma Systems’ flagship product, the SoM, merges best-in-class performance with a rich set of peripherals in a standard 70mm x 70mm Qseven form factor. Based on a big.LITTLE architecture, the SoM integrates two high-performance Arm Cortex-A72 cores, four low-power Arm Cortex-A53 cores, and an Arm Mali-T860 MP4 graphics processor with 4K output abilities. The SoM is offered in industrial and commercial temperature grades.
The SoM features high-performance embedded peripherals, advanced hardware security, and fast processing with support for Linux and Android operating systems. The SoM supports a broad range of applications, including connected industrial devices, visual computing, image analytics, robotics, digital signage, smart home automation, and AI, HMIs and other IoT and Industry 4.0-related applications.
The company is also stocking the company’s EVK-RK3399-Q7 development kit. The compact Mini-ITX baseboard includes a pre-installed RK3399-Q7 SoM, and a host of peripherals and interfaces, comprising HDMI, USB, and PCIe. After connecting a keyboard, monitor, and mouse, engineers can immediately start prototyping applications.