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Geniatech DB1126 development board features RV1126 SoC for AI applications | ABHISHEK JADHAV, CNX-Software

By March 29, 2021April 8th, 2021No Comments

Since the release of Rockchip RV1126 SoC, we have covered the detailed specifications on the chip and the RV1126-based Firefly dual-lens AI camera module. To take advantage of hybrid MCU cores from ARM and RISC-V, Geniatech has announced the DB1126 development board, a new addition to their long list of ARM Embedded developer boards designed to tackle any task requiring artificial intelligence.

The new Developer Board 1126 development board gets its name from Rockchip RV1126 SoC with a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 and RISC-V MCU and a neural network acceleration with performance up to 2.0 TOPS that support INT8/ INT16. As the company says, “DB1126 is a high-performance, versatile, high-computing (2TOPS) general-purpose, intelligent integrated carrier board + core board.” The board is not just a simple development board but also a carrier board with a core board connected via a board-to-board (BTB) double groove connection.

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