It is easy for people to build their credit-card-sized laptop or computer and several other projects like a NAS server using boards at an affordable rate with many SBC like Intel single board computer out there in the market like Raspberry Pi 4. However, the ARM processors currently power many of these boards.
Difference between ARM Processors and x86 Processors
The ARM processors are from the RISC family, and the x86 processors are the CISC products. The number of ARM processors instructions is as simple and few as possible, and those of the x86 processors tend to be complex.
There are more instructions required to do tasks with ARM processors with simple instructions. Therefore, it will result in no execution times and a rise in memory consumption. Though the instructions of x86 processors are complex, their focus is more on taking more complex tasks with a large quantity of flexibility. Using a 32-bit processor, users can utilize an x86 processor and integrate it into the Intel single board computer to create a powerful platform and perform more complex operations with strong processing capabilities.
ODYSSEY – X86J4105800
With the Arduino Coprocessor onboard and pre-installed Windows 10 Enterprise, ODYSSEY – X86J4105 enables IoT easier than before, thereby redefining the single board computer. People can create an Edge Computing application easily with the single board computer series of ODYSSEY. The ODYSSEY base is on a Quad-Core 1.5GHz CPU, based on Intel Celeron J4105, that bursts up to 2.5GHz.
Enthusiasts can find all the ideal features of a standard computer they need like PCIe, SATA Connectors, HDMI, USB Ports, Audio Input and Output, Dual Gigabyte Ethernet Ports, onboard Wi-Fi/BLE, 64GB eMMC Storage (optional), an 8GB LPDDR4 RAM, and so much more.
Users can get a Desktop Mini PC straight away by simply connecting the monitor, keyboard, and mouse to ODYSSEY – x86J4105. Preinstalled also on it is Windows 10 Enterprise with eMMC versions. ODYSSEY x86J4105 is even compatible with Grove Ecosystem, allowing users to plug and play with actuators and sensors. And without any jumper or soldering wires, they can quickly and easily create their own IoT projects.
ODYSSEY – x86J4105
Networking – Intel 1211AT PCIe Gigabyte LAN, supports Wake-On-LAN, Supports PXE
Wireless – Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac @2.4/5 GHz HT160 & Bluetooth 5.0
Storage – 64GB eMMC V5.1
Memory – LPDDR4 8GB
Graphics – Intel UHD Graphics 600 (frequency: 250 – 750MHz)
Coprocessor – Microchip ATSAMD21G18 32-Bit ARM Cortex M0+
Processor – Intel Celeron J4105 (Frequency: 1.5 2.5GHz)
Applications of the x86 Single Board Computer
People can have a 4G LTE Gateway in their IoT applications, a high-performance virtual router, and build network-attached Storage when they have ODYSSEY x86J4105. They can also program Arduino on their x86 platform since there is an ARM Cortes-M0+ MCU and onboard ATSAMD21 Core. Users can also use hundreds of Pi HATs in the market with the Raspberry Pi compatible 40-Pin. There are endless potentials for using the ODYSSEY – x86J4105 with all of these features.
Designers can also connect their ODYSSEY – x86J4105 with gyroscope, sensors, and much more with the Arduino Coprocessor onboard. They can also use ODYSSEY for their router, Gateway, IoT, server cluster, media center, robotics projects, and so much more.
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