Mistral: RZ/G1E-based SMARC module accelerates product development

Mistral Solutions launch a high-performance SMARC module. Built around the RZ/G1E MPU with dual ARM Cortex-A7 CPU cores, the module supports dual cameras, dual display ports, dual Ethernet and most of the interfaces of SMARC 1.0 standard. The RZ/G1E-based SMARC module is designed in a compact 82 x 50mm with 1.2mm PCB thickness. It is compatible with any design that follows SMARC architecture and can be plugged in to provide enhanced performance and functionality. Mistral’s RZ/G1E-based SMARC Module provides a quick solution for developers looking to enhance their SMARC-based product designs or get their SMARC architecture-based products to markets faster.

For ease of development, Mistral offers a feature-rich carrier board with Display, Video, Audio, Wireless, USB, Connectivity and other interfaces - the SMARC Dev Kit. Based on requirements, application-specific interfaces can also be brought on to a custom carrier board and used along with the SMARC module.

The SMARC Module from Mistral is ideal for a variety of applications like Industrial HMI, Intelligent Cameras, IoT gateway, Embedded Vision, Industrial Controllers and V2X Infrastructure.

Mistral also offers a wide array of hardware design and software development services to further ease product development, and reduce cost and development time. With our experience and expertise on the Renesas platform, we offer customers product design, carrier module customization, firmware, BSP, custom application, GUI and design review and support to get their SMARC-based design into the market faster. The RZ/G1E-based SMARC Module and the SMARC Dev Kit are available now.


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