Mouser has announced a global distribution agreement with iWave Systems, enhancing the global reach of iWave’s extensive portfolio of SoMs. Through the agreement, the company now stocks the SoMs based on Xilinx, NXP Semiconductors, and Intel PSG technologies for industrial, automotive, medical, imaging, networking, and AI applications.
iWave’s Xilinx ZU19/17/11 Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC SoMs include Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ multiprocessor SoCs, which offer an innovative combination of FPGA fabric and six heterogeneous Arm processor cores (four 64-bit Arm Cortex-A53 and two 32-bit Arm Cortex-R5 cores). Providing enhanced processing system and processing logic functionality, the SoMs also deliver improved security and robustness and excellent memory and transceiver performances for usage in high-end applications such as 4K video, deep neural AI and machine learning, automotive imaging radar, and high-speed networking. The company also stocks the Xilinx ZU19/17/11 Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC development kit, which incorporates the Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC SoM and an ultra-high-performance carrier card with support for FMC, FMC+, QSFP, HDMI 2.0 input and output, 12G SDI input and output, USB Type-C, Gigabit Ethernet, and more.
The company's i.MX 8QuadMax SMARC SoMs, based on NXP i.MX 8QuadMax applications processors, are created to accomplish high-performance multimedia processing in demanding automotive, medical and industrial applications. Delivering a complete solution on a highly integrated SMARC R2.0-compatible module, the SoMs include the i.MX 8QuadMax’s four Arm Cortex-A53 cores, two Cortex-M4F cores, and two Cortex-A72 cores, as well as a HiFi 4 DSP core and two GPUs. The SoM can implement rich, fully independent graphics content over four HD screens or one 4K screen. The i.MX 8QM/QP SMARC development kit comprises the SoM and a SMARC carrier board with all the required connectors, displays, and I/Os.
The company’s Intel Arria 10 SoC SoMs are based on the Intel Arria 10 SX family FPGAs with dual Arm Cortex-A9 cores and up to 660K logic elements. The module incorporates 32-bit DDR4 memory support for HPS with ECC and 64-bit DDR4 support for FPGA. This SoC SoM and associated development platform allow engineers to produce FPGA-based designs in applications such as test and measurement, industrial controls, diagnostic medical imaging, and wireless infrastructure.