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September 17, 2012

Intrinsyc Unveils System-on-Module and Qualcomm's Snapdragon-Based DragonBoard

Intrinsyc Software International has announced the availability of a System-on-Module, OPEN-Q and Qualcomm (News - Alert) Incorporated’s Snapdragon S4 Plus APQ8060A processor-based DragonBoard.

“The Snapdragon S4 Plus APQ8060A processor is ideally suited for vertically integrated products requiring powerful computing, a rich multimedia subsystem in a low power form factor,” said Tracy Rees, CEO at Intrinsyc.

“We are pleased to work with Qualcomm to expand our product line, support for developers and provide an easier and quicker path to market for embedded product developers with advanced performance requirements,” Rees added. “We are especially excited at the opportunity to build derivative products based on the Snapdragon S4 Plus APQ8060A processor.”

A developer of intelligent products, Intrinsyc revealed that its OPEN (News - Alert)-Q System-on-Module (SOM), along with the Snapdragon S4 Plus APQ8060A processor-based DragonBoard, will avail a production ready platform kit for developers of embedded products.

This is expected to hasten commercial product deployment, aside from letting developers of embedded products evaluate, develop, test and deploy products that utilize the Snapdragon S4 Plus APQ8060A processor.

OPEN-Q System-On-Module from Intrinsyc lends support to the Linux Android (News - Alert) high-level operating system. The Snapdragon S4 Plus APQ8060A processor delivers a complete system on a chip implementation with integrated asynchronous dual core CPU, Adreno 225 GPU, DSP, HD video compression, multi mega pixel cameras, dual HD displays and wireless connectivity.

As all these are available in module form. Ready for product integration, embedded developers can launch products faster and with a more customizable purpose.

The DragonBoard based on the Snapdragon S4 Plus APQ8060A processor reportedly offers a development platform that helps in producing high-performance, low power products for vertically integrated industries.

The DragonBoard also includes the software tools and accessories that are required for further system design and development.

The DragonBoard suits applications in fitness equipment, digital signage, kiosks, video security appliance and medical devices.

“With extensive experience in developing industry-leading Linux Android based embedded products, Intrinsyc is helping to enable innovation and expand products that will be based on Snapdragon processors,” said Tia Cassett, senior director of Business Development for Qualcomm.

Intrinsyc Software (News - Alert) also recently announced that it is developing a 64-bit version of J-Integra, its optimized bi-directional Java-COM bridging software. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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