SoM Modules (System on Modules) are small form-factor, ready-to-use processor modules that consist of the core hardware and software for developing any embedded product. These Modules are boards that integrate the key processing sub-system and can be connected to a carrier card. SoM Modules offer a reliable and cost-effective embedded platform for building end-products. Using the System on Module ARM and System on Module Linux in your product design accelerates time-to-market for your embedded gadgets and reduces the overall development timeline and cost. Mistral’s SOM Modules offer a reliable and cost-effective solution for building end-products. Mistral offers a range of easy-to-use, System on Modules and development platforms based on various ARM SoCs and multi-core ARM+DSP SOCs running various versions of Linux and Android.
SOM Modules (System on Module ARM and System on Module Linux)
Mistral’s System on Module ARM and System on Module Linux are designed to help product developers leverage the capabilities of leading processors and SoCs. Our System on Module ARM and System on Module Linux can be directly used in an end product design, offering developers immense savings in term of product development time and cost.
We work with silicon companies to bring out SoM Modules for ARM and Linux based on their latest and upcoming SoCs, ensuring that customers have the modules available in time with the chipset release, thereby accelerating the product development time for customers. Mistral’s System on Modules also provide the customer with a flexible, modular and scalable platforms for building their product; ensuring easy upgrade to newer processors and technologies. Our growing list of SoM Modules are based on silicon from leading semiconductor companies like Texas Instruments, Renesas, NXP, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, Analog Devices etc. on various ARM, digital signal processors (DSPs) and multi-core processors. These System on Module ARM and System on Module Linux enable the development of highly differentiated, small footprint, feature-rich wireless and multimedia devices at very low cost and at considerably reduced time-to-market.