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Electronics Lab Article: The Maixduino – Sipeed’s New Neural Network Maix-Based Board

By April 19, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Sipeed released their 64-bit RISC-V MAix module at the end of last year, crowdfunding a series of boards on Indiegogo built majorly to do machine learning inferencing at the edge, with no cloud needed. There has been a lot of work put in, to document and support the MAix module, including both Arduino support and a port of MicroPython. Sipeed’s Maixduino is a MAix-based board that features a “classic” Arduino form factor which is pin-compatible to the Arduino. The board is designed based on two processor modules, Sipeed’s RISC-V MAix module, and an Espressif ESP-WROOM-32. Sipeed’s MAix module is based on the Kendryte K210 processor, that features two 64-bit RISC-V CPU cores, both with a built-in independent FPU, and 8Mb of SRAM.
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