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Mouser Stocks NXP’s i.MX 8QuadMax and 8QuadPlus Processors

Mouser ElectronicMouser Electronics is now offering the i.MX 8QuadMax and 8QuadPlus applications processors from NXP Semiconductors. The multi-core applications processors are ideal for applications such as automotive infotainment, advanced industrial human machine interface (HMI) and control, heads-up displays, and machine vision and tracking devices.

NXP’s i.MX 8QuadMax and 8QuadPlus applications processors, available from Mouser Electronics, enable fast, multi-OS platform deployment through advanced full-chip hardware virtualization and domain protection. Based on four Arm Cortex- A53 cores, two Cortex-M4F cores, and one (QuadPlus) or two (QuadMax) Cortex- A72 cores, the highly scalable processors also incorporate a HiFi 4 DSP core for pre- and post-audio processing and two graphics processing units (GPUs).

The processors offer high-performance end-to-end vision processing, making them a suitable choice for developing advanced vision-based HMI systems, and support up to four 1080p screens of independent content or a single 4K screen. The devices’ hardware-based virtualization, split GPU and display architecture, and resource partitioning support lower costs and faster time-to-market than using hypervisor techniques alone.

Mouser also stocks the i.MX 8QuadMax Multisensory Enablement Kit (MEK), which provides a comprehensive platform for developing and evaluating applications for the embedded automotive and industrial markets. Offering high-level integration to support functions including graphics, video, audio, and voice functions, the i.MX 8QuadMax MEK CPU Board includes all necessary software and drivers to create and evaluate broad-based applications.

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