Variscite announces the support of Brillo, the Android-based embedded operating system by Google, over its DART-6UL platform.
The Brillo project was announced by Google during 2015 and is aimed at low-power memory-constrained Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices. Along with Brillo, Google also introduced the Weave protocol used by Brillo devices to communicate with other devices across different platforms and operating systems.
A versatile platform, the DART-6UL System-on-Module (SoM) provides a variety of interfaces and connectivity options – all packaged at an optimized power, size and cost. The latest addition of Brillo makes the DART-6UL an ideal solution for fast emerging applications in the IoT market.
The DART-6UL measures only 25mm x 50mm and consumes less than 5mA in suspend mode. It carries NXP/Freescale i.MX 6UltraLite ARM Cortex-A7™ processor up to 696MHz and a variety of interfaces, including a certified Wi-Fi, Bluetooth/BLE, dual Ethernet, dual USB and serial interfaces. In addition, the SoM supports industrial grade targeting embedded application requiring a wide temperature range.
The current Brillo software from Variscite is based upon Google Brillo M10 release and is available to use on all related DART-6UL platforms. More details on Variscite’s Brillo release can be found in Variscite’s wiki pages:
Availability and pricing:
The DART-6UL SoM and associated evaluation kits are available for order.
Price of DART-6UL starts at 27 USD for 1000 units.
Variscite is a leading System on Modules (SoM) and Single-Board-Computer (SBC) design and manufacture company. A trusted provider of development and production services for a variety of embedded platforms, Variscite transforms clients’ visions into successful products.
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