Edge Processor for Vision and Machine Learning

Dec. 7, 2022
Developers can offload machine-learning inferencing tasks to the Neural Processing Unit (NPU) while tapping the ARM Cortex core, digital signal processor,(DSP) and graphics processing unit (GPU) to handle other application programs.

IBASE Technology Inc. has expanded its edge computer lineup by adding the ISR215, powered by an NXP i.MX 8M Plus applications processor built using 14 nm LPC FinFET process technology. With a ruggedized and fanless design, the edge computer operates over a temperature range of -40°C ~ 70°C (-40°F ~ 158°F). Designed for machine learning and vision applications, it has a 1.6GHz Quad ARM Cortex-A53 processor with a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) operating at up to 2.3 TOPS, boosting complex machine learning algorithms and reducing power. The ISR215 has a dual image signal processor (ISP) that features HDR, fisheye correction, and two HD MPI-CSI interfaces for up to 12-MPixel resolution cameras; an 800 MHz Tensilica HiFi4 DSP for audio/voice processing; and a graphics processing unit (GPU) with 1080p and H.265/H.264 compression standards.

To Learn More:

Contact: IBASE Technology Inc.

Headquarters: Taipei, Taiwan

Product: ISR215

Key Features: Powered by an NXP i.MX 8M Plus applications processor, Temperature range of -40°C ~ 70°C, Dual image signal processor (ISP)

What IBASE Technology Inc. says:

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