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Revision as of 14:24, 13 March 2018

Without a device able to manage the power and processing capabilities, an electronic device is not a useful device. But yes, both areas are generally complex to integrate into a system. That’s why we have created the Rhomb.io cores.

Those boards are a key part of our standardized modular hardware platform and are designed in order to manage and supply the power needed to the entire system. Furthermore, each core module integrates a powerful microprocessor able to run a complete Operative System or RTOs. From ARM to X86/x64, the Rhomb.io cores offer all you need to build a modular and powerful electronic device. Here you will find all the information you need about the Rhomb.io Core Modules.

Rhomb.io Core Modules

S400
Exynos 4412
SCM-i.MX6Q
Snapdragon 410E
Renesas RZ/A1

S500
AMD RX-421