System-on-Module features robust security options and thermal efficiency

April 1, 2021
The PolarBerry SoM is suited for defense, automotive, industrial, imaging, and IoT applications.

Built around Microchip Technology’s PolarFire SoC FPGA, and designed for embedded applications, the PolarBerry SoM provides a deterministic. Coherent 64-bit RISC-V CPU cluster and a deterministic L2 memory subsystem to enable the implementation of secure Linux and real-time applications.

A 40-pin Raspberry Pi interface allows standalone operation and provides up to 26 GIOs. Peripherals include 42 GB of 32-bit wide DDR4 memory, 128 MB SPI Serial NOR FLASH, an RJ45 Ethernet socket with 100/1000Base-T interface, and 4 GB of eMMC non-volatile storage.

Security features include anti-cloning protection, device-level anti-tamper features, bitstream protection, key management, FPGA hardware access control, secure boot, and physical memory protection. The PolarBerry SoM measures 55 x 85 mm and has an operating temperature of 0 to 70° C.


To Learn More:

Contact: Sundance
Headquarters: Reno, NV, USA
Product: PolarBerry SoM
Key Features: 64-bit RISC-V CPU cluster, 42 GB 32-bit wide DDR4 memory, 128 MB SPI Serial NOR FLASH, 4 GB eMMC non-volatile storage, 40-pin Raspberry Pi and 100/1000Base-T interfaces.

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