Manhattan Skyline: Qseven module with NXP i.MX 6 processor
Since the Qseven form factor was introduced, many manufacturers of boards and software have adopted it. The combination of Qseven and RISC gains more and more importance. The reason is the compatibility of the offered boards, as well as the small form factor (70x70mm) with an inexpensive plug connector. QBlissA9r2 runs on NXP i.MX 6ARM Cortex-A9 CPU. Important data of this high performance CPU are 3D graphic (100MTri/s, 1000 Mpx/s), Hardware Decoder/ Encoder with a resolution up to 1080p, H.264 HP, HDMI v.1.4, ARMv7, NEON, VFPv3, SATA-II interface, as well as Gigabit Ethernet.
Another characteristic is the long availability of the CPU of at least 15 years (NXP Product Longevity Program). With its 2-channel LVDS (up to WUXGA - 1920x1200) and DVI (up to HD1080), QBlissA9r2 is perfectly suited for multimedia applications. The module offers an unprecedented combination of high-end computer graphic and simultaneously low power loss. The i.MX 6 CPU is also available with Solo/DualLite/Quad and QuadPlus in the same body. Therefore, further versions of QBlissA9r2 in different power classes are disposable.
A starter kit with a base board in PicoITX form factor enables easy evaluation and speeds design. Display kits and adapters and documentation with current software drivers and example programs.