Processors

Newark stocking BeagleV-Ahead single board computer

14 July 2023
The BeagleV-Ahead single board computer contains a quad-core XuanTie C910 RISC-V processor. Source: Beagleboard.org

The BeagleV-Ahead single board computer (SBC) is now being stocked by Newark, a division of Avnet, an open-source mass production RISC-V from Beagleboard.org.

BeagleV-Ahead has the same form factor and the same P8 and P9 cape header pins as BeagleBone Black. The SBC features a quad-core XuanTie C910 RISC-V processor clocked at 1.85 GHz with a 4 TOPS NPU, support for 64-bit DDR and audio processing using a single core.

Features of the programmable board include:

  • DA9063 programmable PMIC
  • 4 GB LPDDR4 memory
  • 16 GB eMMC memory
  • AP6203BM Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity
  • Antennas 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
  • Realtek RTL8211F-gigabit Ethernet
  • Micro-USB connectivity
  • 5 V power input
  • HDMI TH1520 video output with mini-HDMI connector
  • Other connectors — microSD, mikroBUS, CSI

“By making the RISC-V architecture accessible to a broader audience, BeagleV-Ahead empowers developers to explore new possibilities, accelerate their projects and contribute to the advancement of the RISC-V ecosystem,” said Romain Soreau, head of single board computing at Newark.

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