• Training
  • GATE Center
  • Learning Kits
  • How it works
  • Login Roles
  • Home
    Intel's Edison Board

    The Intel Edison is a tiny computer offered by Intel as a development system for wearable devices. The system was initially announced to be the same size and shape as an SD card and contain a dual-core Intel Quark x86 CPU at 400 MHz communicating via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. A later announcement changed the CPU to a 22 nm Silvermont dual-core Intel Atom CPU.

    The second version of the board was presented in September 2014. Its dimensions are 35.5 x 25 x 3.9 mm, with components on both sides. The board's main SoC is a 22 nm Intel Atom "Tangier" (Z34XX) that includes two Atom Silvermont cores running at 500 MHz and one Intel Quark core at 100 MHz (for executing RTOS ViperOS). The SoC has 1 GB RAM integrated on package. There is also 4 GB eMMC flash on board, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4 and USB controllers. The board has 70-pin dense connector (Hirose DF40) with USB, SD, UARTs, GPIOs. It runs Yocto Linux with development support for Arduino IDE, Eclipse (C, C++, Python) , Intel XDK (NodeJS, HTML5), and Wolfram.

    Brand : Intel
    Item Height: 45 Millimeters
    Item Width: 9 Centimeters
    Item Weight: 209 g
    Product Dimensions: 16 x 9 x 4.5 cm
    Item model number: EDI1ARDUIN.AL.K
    Lithium battery Weight: 5 Grams

    About Us
    Computer Science
    How it Works
    Register Now
    Electronic Gadgets
    PCB Design
    VLSI Design
    Circuit Implementation
    Bread Boards
    Asteroid Learning
    Big Data
    Graphic Design
    Web Development
    Game Development
    Linux Administration
    App Development