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efusA9, from FS Elektronik Systeme -- A secure computer-on-module based on NXP's 1GHz i.MX6 SoC with 1, 2, or 4 ARM Cortex-A9 cores, and featuring up to 2GB RAM and 32GB eMMC. Interfaces include GbE, LVDS, MIPI-CSI, USB, UARTs, CAN, SD, PCIe, and more.

MYD-YA157C Development Board, from MYIR -- The MYD-YA157C combines MYIR's MYC-YA157C SoM with a baseboard, resulting in a complete evaluation platform for STM32MP1 SoCs. The platform features STM SoCs with 2x 650MHz Arm Cortex-A7 cores, plus a 209MHz Cortex-M4 MCU. Applications include industrial control, consumer electronics, smart home, medical, and more.

MYC-YA157C CPU Module, from MYIR -- The MYC-YA157C is a compact system-on-module based on an STMicroelectronics STM32MP157 SoC, plus up to 1GB DDR3 and 64GB eMMC. I/O available via its 164-pin baseboard interface includes GbE, serial, USB host and OTG, display and camera signals, and up to 97 GPIOs.

Pynq-Z1, from Digilent -- The PYNQ-Z1 SBC is designed to be used with PYNQ, an open-source framework for exploiting the capabilities of Xilinx Zynq SoCs without having to design programmable logic circuits. Instead, the Zynq SoC is programmed using Python, and the code is developed and tested directly on the PYNQ-Z1.

Pynq-Z2, from TUL -- TUL Pynq-Z2 SBC, based on a Xilinx Zynq SoC (dual-core ARM Cortex-A9), is designed for the Xilinx University Program to support the PYNQ framework (Python Productivity for Zynq; see www.pynq.io) and embedded systems development.

MYC-C8MMX, from MYIR -- The MYC-C8MMX SoM is based on NXP's i.MX8M-Mini SoC, with 4x Cortex-A53 and 1x Cortex-M4 cores. Features include 2GB RAM, 8GB eMMC, onboard GbE PHY and PMIC, extensive I/O expansion via 2x 100-pin board-to-board connectors, and -40 to 85 deg C operation.

efusMX8X, from FS Elektronik Systeme -- Compact computer-on-module based on a choice of NXP's i.MX8X SoCs and featuring up to 2GB RAM and 64GB eMMC, plus 4k video, MIPI-CSI, GbE, USB, CAN, and various GPIOs, WiFi/BT wireless, and optional -20 to 85 deg. C operation.

Orange Pi 4, from XunLong Software -- Orange Pi 4 and 4B are high-performance hacker SBCs based on Rockchip's RK3399 SoC, and featuring Raspberry Pi-compatible expansion, plus built-in wireless, storage, and more. The 4B model adds a Gyrfalcon Lightspeeur SPR2801S NPU, and is aimed at AI apps.

PicoCoreMX6SX, from FS Elektronik Systeme -- Tiny (35x40mm) computer-on-module based on an NXP i.MX 6SoloX SoC, and featuring 1GB RAM, 512MB SLC NAND or 1GB 32GB eMMC storage, I/O including 2x GbE, A/V, USB, UART, GPIOs, and SDIO, plus -20 to +85 deg.C operation.

Banana Pi BPI-F2S, from SinoVoip -- The Banana Pi BPI-F2S is based on a SunPlus SP7021 SoC, with 4x Cortex-A7 CPU cores, plus ARM926 and 8051 real-time cores. I/O includes Raspberry Pi compatible expansion, plus A/V, USB, serial, Ethernet ports, and connectors for an optional FPGA module.

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