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Video: Watch the BeagleV-Fire single board computer unboxing

03 November 2023 has unveiled its latest iteration of its single board computer (SBC) portfolio in the BeagleV-Fire, an open-source SBC designed to bring RISC-V architectures to a broader audience.

Newark, a division of Avnet Inc., is now carrying the BeagleV-Fire as part of its SBC collection for makers, engineers and professionals.

Powered by Microchip Technology’s PolarFire FCG484E 5x core RISC-V system-on-chip with field programmable gate array (FPGA) fabric, the SBC is targeted for a range of applications for internet of things (IoT) devices, robotics, artificial intelligence and embedded systems.

Features of the BeagleV-Fire include:

  • 1x 64-bit RV64IMAC monitor/boot core
  • 4x 64-bit RV64GC Application cores
  • Fmax of 667 MHz (-40° C to 100° C Tj),
  • 3.125 CoreMarks/MHz, 1.714 DMIPS/MHz
  • 2 GB LPDDR4
  • 16 GB Kingston eMMC
  • 128 Mbit SPI flash
  • MMC 5.1 SD/SDIO
  • 1 Quad SPI flash controller
  • 128 KB eNVM
  • 56 KB sNVM
  • USB Type-C
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • microSD card

In the video, gives makers and professionals the first look at the BeagleV-Fire as they unbox it.

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