Come see Boundary Devices i.MX7 and i.MX6 Quad PLUS Demos at Embedded World

Published on February 22, 2016

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Come see Boundary Devices' recently announced Nitrogen7 and Nit6QP_MAX boards at Embedded World in the NXP booth.  

The Nitrogen7 is a multi-purpose i.MX7 single board computer based on the i.MX7 processor from NXP/Freescale.  The i.MX7 processor from NXP/Freescale has ARM Cortex™-A7 and ARM Cortex™-M4 cores which provide unique features to the i.MX family.  The Nitrogen7 was designed take advantage of the key features of the i.MX7 processor including power efficiency with a PFUSE PMIC and the M4 core.  For more information:
The Nitrogen7 demo features an HMI application running QT5.5 on a 7" display.

Nit6QP_MAX is the Quad Plus version of our popular Nitrogen6_MAX series.  These board features the recently released i.MX6 Quad PLUS processor.  Here are the notable improvements from the standard i.MX6 Quad to the i.MX6 Quad PLUS:

  • Dramatic graphics performance with enhanced versions of 3D, 2D and composition GPUs and memory bandwidth utilization
  • Improve the system performance of i.MX 6 class systems by dramatically increasing the memory bandwidth utilization without significant impact to Software or Hardware designs
  • Improvement of the internal bus interconnect to more efficiently transport and order memory requests to the DDR controller. 
  • Significantly upgraded the capabilities of the graphic and display subsystems to generate more efficient memory requests, resulting in further bandwidth improvements. (interchangeable tiled buffer, pre-fetch / resolve modules, larger OCRAM)

The Nit6QP_MAX can be found here:
The demo will be running Android and multiple graphics intensive applications to show off the increased performance.

Email us if you have specific questions about either product.  Both boards are in stock now.

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