MYIR has released EVM and SoM for Atmel SAMA5D4 processors
MYIR has released a development board MYD-JA5D4X based on Atmel's ARM Cortex-A5 based SAMA5D42 orSAMA5D44 processor which is among the SAMA5D4 MPU series and can operate at up to 600MHz.
MYIR has released a development board MYD-JA5D4X based on Atmel’s ARM Cortex-A5 based SAMA5D42 orSAMA5D44 processor which is among the SAMA5D4 MPU series and can operate at up to 600MHz. Compared to the previous Cortex-A5 SoC from Atmel, the SAMA5D3, the SAMA5D4 brings a L2 cache, NEON, a slightly different clock tree, a hardware video decoder, and Trustzone support. The MYD-JA5D4X board is built around MYIR’s MYC-JA5D4X CPU Module and has a specific designed base board which takes full features of SAMA5D4 SOC to extend a rich set of peripherals and interfaces including serial ports, two USB Host ports, one Mini USB Device port, two 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports, RS485, TF card slot, Audio in/out, HDMI, LCD and more. The MYC-JA5D4X CPU Module integrates all the core components including the SAMA5D4 processor, 512MB DDR2, 512MB Nand Flash, 4MB Data Flash, 64KB EEPROM and Ethernet PHY. It is connected to the base board through DDR2 SO-DIMM 200-pin connector.
The MYD-JA5D4X Development Board comes along with Linux 3.18 software packages, necessary cable accessories as well as detailed documents to enable quick start when getting the goods out of box. It is an excellent EVM (Evaluation Module) and a good reference design for extensively evaluation, fast prototyping and creating applications that require video playback, audio, mass storage, networking, connectivity and more. Typical applications are such as control panel/HMI, fitness equipment, smart grid infrastructure, communications gateways, imaging terminals, etc.