RZ/V microprocessors feature DRP-AI (Dynamically Reconfigurable Processors), the company’s vision-optimized artificial intelligence (AI) accelerator. With power consumption as low as 4 W, heat sinks and cooling fans are not needed, allowing a reduced footprint in AI embedded devices. An image signal processor processes high-resolution 4K pixels at 30 fps and uses high dynamic range functionality to accommodate images with large differences between brightness and darkness, noise reduction functionality and distortion correction functionality to improve precision in AI recognition.
With mass production scheduled for December 2020, other features include a CPU with dual ARM Cortex-A53 cores for an operating frequency of 1 GHz, an H.265/H.264 encoder/decoder, support for CMOS sensor interfaces SLVS-EC and MIPI-CSI that enable simultaneous input from two cameras and support for USB 3.1, PCI-Express, and GbE interfaces.
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Contact: Renesas Electronics
Headquarters: Koto City, Tokyo, Japan
Product: RZ/V microprocessors
Key Features: CPU with dual ARM Cortex-A53 cores, 1 GHz operating frequency, H.265/H.264 encoder/decoder
What Renesas Electronics says: View more information on the RZ/V microprocessor series.
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