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Digi Offers the Digi ConnectCore 6+ SoM Boasting an NXP i.MX6Plus and Integrated Wireless

Written by Stephen Vicinanza

The Digi ConnectCore 6+ is a tiny, highly integrated SoM based on the NXP i.MX6Plus Cortex-A9 processor series.

The processor speeds are up to 1.2GHz and pin-compatible dual and quad-core variants. The company claims that this series of SoMs are future-proof platform solutions with scalable performance. There is a pre-certified wireless component 802.11a/b/g/bn/ac with Bluetooth 5 and includes Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity.

The ConnectCore6+ is a surface-mounted, low-profile design, meant to maximize integration and reduce design risks. The SoMs are cost-effective and reliable form factors optimized for heat dissipation allowing for demanding quad-core configurations.

Integration with the cloud, as part of the Digi Yocto Linux platform, supporting secure remote management and web service capabilities through the scalable Digi Remote Manager

Specifications Include

  • Cost-effective, dependable, surface-mount module, low-profile form factor
  • Scalable Cortex -A9 dual or quad-core processor
  • Cortex-M0+/ Cortex-M4 MCU Assist subsystem
  • Smart power Management Architecture with PMIC
  • Design Reliability with IEC 60068 and HALT verification
  • Yocto Project Linux software platform support
  • Dedicated on-module security and authentication controller

Building systems with the Digi ConnectCore 6+

Device security is on ConnectCore 6 platforms combines a secure module platform with a completely embedded device security software.

Offering security access –

  • managed device security software framework
  • U-Boot and Linux integration
  • Transparent and future-proof architecture
  • Zero implementation effort

Further Information

The Digi ConnectCore6+ datasheet can be found on the Digi International website.

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Digi Offers the Digi ConnectCore 6+ SoM Boasting an NXP i.MX6Plus…

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