Advantech Launches NXP i.MX8M ROM-5720 SMARC Module for Next Generation Multimedia Applications
Excellent Graphics Performance for Machine Vision and Multimedia Applications
ROM-5720 adopts NXP i.MX8M SoC, which features up to four ARM Cortex-A53s and one additional general purpose Cortex-M4 core processor for low-power processing. The ARM Cortex-A cores can be powered off while the Cortex-M4 subsystem performs low power, real-time system monitoring. The Vivante GPU supports the latest OpenGL ES, OpenCL , OpenVG, and Vulkan for advanced graphics and accelerated compute workloads such as the Deep Learning Inference. ROM-5720 supports display output with HDMI2.0 (4096 x 2160 @60Hz), 1x4 lanes MIPI-DSI for multiple display, and two MIPI-CSI camera input. It provides a high resolutiuon display and meets camera requirements for different machine vision and multimedia applications.
High-Speed Connectivity Interfaces
Value-Added Embedded Software Services: AIM-Linux Services
Advantech supports allied, industrial, and modular (AIM) frameworks for Linux to accelerate software development with flexible and responsive long-term support. AIM-Linux Services offers verified embedded OS platforms and industrial-focused apps and SDKs through which users can easily select the embedded software tools they need to focus on their vertical software development.
ROM-5720 Key Features
- NXP i.MX8M with Quad/Dual Cortex A53 and Cortex-M4F up to 1.5GHz
- 2GB LPDDR4 memory, 16GB eMMC Flash, 8MB QSPI Flash
- 4K H.265 decoder capability
- 2 Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI2.0, 2USB3.0, 4 USB2.0, 4 lane MIPI DSI, 2 MIPI CSI
- Multi OS support in Yocto Linux and Android
- Operating Temperature: 0~60°C / -40~85°C