ASUS IoT announced the Tinker V SBC with a 64-bit RISC-V processor. The Tinker V Single Board Computer (SBC) from ASUS is a new computer system that supports Linux Debian and Yocto operating systems.
The RISC-V processor uses the open source instruction set architecture (ISA) based on the Reduced Instruction Set (RISC) principles. This is the first open source offering from the company, for a RISC-V SBC aimed at industrial IoT developers.
This little computer packs a great deal of functionality and connectivity into a Pico-ITX form factor. The Tinker V features the Renesas RZ/Five MPU which incorporates the RISC-V AndesCore AX45MP single core. The core supports a 1.0GHz operating frequency.
The system offers industrial interfaces that include, micro-USB, dual gigabit Ethernet, two CAN bus interfaces and two RS232 COM ports, as well as GPIO. There is 1 GB of built-in RAM, an optional 16GB eMMC along with a wide operating temperature range of -20℃ to 60℃.
Samples of the Tinker V SBC will be available in quarter 2 of 2023. There will be five years of support for purchasers as well as dedicated on-site technical support.
To find out more about the Tinker V SBC see the ASUS product page here.
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