SECO announces new UDOO maker board - Embedded.com

SECO announces new UDOO maker board

Two years after the stunning Kickstarter success of UDOO X86 the UDOO Team is back in the game with the UDOO BOLT, an open-source hardware maker board. The UDOO BOLT comes with four video ports – two USB-C and two HDMI 2.0, which, by the way, are FCC- and CE-certified – and, thanks to its jaw-dropping GPU, can stream a video in 4K resolution at 60fps on four screens at the same time.

As a desktop computer it runs any operating system or program for 64-bit PCs; as a mobile device it’s portable (12 x 12 cm) as previous UDOO boards it features an Arduino-compatible platform and a slew of IOs for rapid prototyping. And the power truly is astonishing. Thanks to the brand-new AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 SoC, which integrates the transformative AMD “Zen” CPU architecture with the powerhouse AMD “Vega” GPU architecture on a single die, the UDOO BOLT hits a top speed of 3.6 GHz and it’s able to handle any AAA game currently on the market. And all of this while maintaining a thermal design power of just 12-25W, a bare fraction of what you can find in desktop computers with a comparable CPU clock.

The UDOO BOLT is AI-first, but Artificial Intelligence is not just about power. The UDOO BOLT also features the revolutionary AMD SenseMI Technology for true machine intelligence, a set of learning and adapting features that helps the processor tune its performance, optimize the energy-efficiency and raise the clockspeed when needed.

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