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With the official launch of the i.MX8 X Arm® Cortex®-A35 CPUs from NXP on May 14, 2020, TQ brings two modules based on the new core architecture into the market. As an NXP Early Access Partner for the i.MX8 X, TQ has already introduced the TQMa8Xx and TQMa8XxS modules, now they are available for customers.
This product family offers three pin-compatible CPU variants with different graphics performance (multi-display) and number of cores. The CPU-integrated Cortex-M4 processor supports the required real-time functions. The NXP CPUs combine numerous functions with an attractive energy balance for a future-oriented module design.
The new TQMa8Xx and TQMa8XxS modules are cores for applications in a wide range of areas: from medical devices, HMIs, industrial controllers and industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to gateways, building automation, transport and robotics.
Embedded Module TQMa8Xx
Embedded Cortex®-A35 module based on i.MX8X with high computing power combined with high-speed interfaces. Arm® Cortex®-A35 based on i.MX8X
Embedded Module TQMa8XxS
Embedded Cortex®-A35 SMARC 2.0/2.1 module based on i.MX8X with high computing power combined with high-speed interfaces. Arm® Cortex®-A35 based on i.MX8X
TQ offers Embedded Modules and systems based on ARM, x86, QorIQ Layerscape or Power Architecture in the form of embedded modules, Single Board Computers, Industrial PCs, modular solution platforms and finished systems.