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SolidRun DevCuts

This is the home for all snippets and conversations related to our DevCuts video series. With every new video release, we will include a blog about the video and any code snippets or source code will be linked to here. If you have any insight or questions on the video also feel free to join the community and provide your input.

NXP i.MX8M Plus

SolidRun’s i.MX8M Plus Computer-on-Module enables OEMs and integrators to create and deploy advances and power-efficient solutions at the edge.

NXP LX2160

SolidRun’s LX2160A Computer-on-Module based on the COM Express type 7 form factor was designed to provide a robust and modular networking computing platform.


SolidRun’s Marvell based CN9130 SOM is designed for next generation intelligent networking, security and edge computing applications.


The i.MX 6 series of energy-efficient processors are scalable multicore platforms that include single, dual and quad-core families based on the ARM® Cortex® architecture.


The ARMADA A388 single-board computer series of ARM® Cortex® architecture processors are a robust energy-efficient family of SoCs, optimized for full application flexibility. especially suited in headless data processing, networking, and storage.

Renesas RZ

SolidRun’s RZ family of SOMs provides a new level of functionality and performance for demanding IoT and industrial applications. The RZ SOMs leverage powerful Renesas Arm-based processors whose interfaces support a wide range of uses, from high-bandwidth communications to machine learning to high-definition image processing.


TI Sitara AM64x multi core product family offers energy efficient and cost effective building blocks for the industrial applications of tomorrow. The TI Sitara AM64x SOM is built around the TI Sitara AM64x series of SoCs that include up to 4 x Cortex R5F cores for tasks such as servo drive control, robot motion control, factory automation and any task that requires high precision, low latency and real time control over the equipment. The R5F cores are able to run at up to 800Mhz each and offer a total of 6,400 DMIPS. In addition, the SOM also features up to 2 x Cortex A53 application processors to run embedded Linux distributions for the OS level, allowing to do compute, real-time processing and control and offloading on a single platform.


Based on Arm Cortex A35 technology, the NXP i.MX 8XLite system-on-module (SOM) provides fast, reliable, and secure V2X (vehicle-to-everything) networking. The NXP i.MX 8XLite SOM is designed to enhance safety and security in a wide range of vehicle-oriented infrastructures and subsystems. Available in 1- and 2-core configurations, the SOM features excellent real-time synchronization and control for a variety of industrial and smart-city application