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Created: 24.08.2022 00:12 Last Modified: 24.08.2022 00:12 Views: 1609
Keywords: BeagleBoard, ARM, ARM 64-bit, BeagleBone AI-64, Debian, Linux, open source, open source hardware

BeagleBoard BeagleBone AI-64 with ARM 64-bit SoC and Debian Linux distribution

BeagleBoard BeagleBone AI-64 is a single board computer with ARM 64-bit Texas Instruments TDA4VM dual-core Cortex-A72 + hexa-core Cortex-R5F SoC, 4GB RAM, 16GB eMMC internal memory and pre-installed Debian Linux distribution. Furthermore this is open source hardware device designed in EAGLE and certified by the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA).

BeagleBone AI-64 follows the trend on the market and it is an ARM 64-bit single board computer. The powerful technical specifications and multiple hardware interfaces make BeagleBone AI-64 a great fit for software development of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms for Internet of Things, robots, drones and even industrial applications.

BeagleBone AI-64 is available at several popular distributors, including Mouser, Farnell, and Digi-Key. In July 2022 I bought it from Farnell for 163.8O EUR (excluding VAT and shipping fees).

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