||10:00 - 17:00, 15 - 17 Nov. (Wed - Fri)
||Pacifico Yokohama, Japan
Faraday’s booth at ARM Pavilion
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Uranus+, Enhanced 55ULP SoC Development Platform for IoT Applications
- Time: 15:30 - 15:45, 16 Nov. (Thu)
- Venue: ARM Pavilion
- Speaker: Seiichi Koeji
- Faraday Uranus+™ ultra-low-power SoC development platform
Uranus+ is an ultra-low-power platform for SoC development based on UMC 55nm ultra-low-power process (55ULP) technology. This platform integrates with ARM Cortex-M4 core, 128kB SRAM, 1MB flash memory, and 4kB ROM with ISP function, targets to accelerate the development of MCU related energy-efficient applications such as Internet of Things (IoT), portable devices, and smart grid.
- Faraday SoReal!™ 2.0 Virtual Platform
SoReal!™ 2.0 virtual platform provides mixed prototyping solution offering the flexible environment for early SoC software development. By leveraging the SoCreative!™ FPGA platform, the required IP designs can be integrated with the IP models in the system. It makes concurrent hardware and software development possible to reduce time–to–market effectively.
- Faraday V-by-one evaluation board
V-by-One (VBO) is targeted at a high speed data transmission of video signals based on internal connection of the equipment. It provides low power consumption, supporting up to 4.0Gbps data rate. Faraday developed the V-by-One IP evaluation solution with VBO transmitter and receiver inside. The differential signals in both sides are designed for applications that require ultra-low power consumption and high data transfer rates.
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