Komal Chauhan

Komal Chauhan

Komal Chauhan is a Digital Marketing Associate at eInfochips. She holds engineering degree in Computer Science. She believes in when you are surrounded by people passionate of Technology Trends and Development which makes her write to make her readers to know about the interesting things.

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Build your next 4K immersive reality solution with Eragon 820, based on Snapdragon 820 processor

Today, product companies are focused on providing a truly immersive connected experience for their users, by enabling high-end visuals (pixel quality and quantity), superior sound (3D sound quality sampling and clarity), and intuitive interaction (Intelligent, responsive and accurate natural user interface) in their products. The barriers of differentiation between the physical and virtual world are rapidly diminishing. The journey to provide a truly immersive virtual world pushes the technological limits of both the hardware and software.

 

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More to that, there are many other application-specific challenges to be addressed, in industries like surveillance, telematics, medical imaging, robotics, gaming and media etc.

 

Eragon 820, based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, enables you to build intelligent video solutions that can capture 4K or Ultra high definition videos, with sensors to enhance the image quality and audio clarity. It offers heterogeneous computing architecture and provide functionalities like: 

 

  • Right level of performance for device and application: Kryo CPU 64-bit quad-core processor and  Hexagon 680 DSP is designed to sustain 2 times higher performance with low power consumption
  • 4K UHD pixel and sound integrity adjustment: Adreno 530 GPU – 40% improvement in graphics performance
  • High bandwidth at low power and latency: X12 LTE – 33% faster upload speed
  • Address camera, sensor and display challenges with enhancing Images: Spectra Camera ISP – supports capture up to 28 megapixels

 

Watch this video to know more about how Eragon 820 can enhance the product experience for your end users.

 

 

ERAGON 820 SoM, based on Snapdragon 820 processor, is a cost effective and Ultra-small form factor (53mmx25mm) module for solutions requiring 4K, connectivity, high-end graphics, power and batter efficiency, along with solid processing power. It is the ideal choice for 4K cameras, displays, UAVs and drones.

 

Know more about our Eragon 820 or write to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for your product design requirements.

 

About Author

komal chauhan

Komal Chauhan
Digital Marketing Associate

Komal Chauhan works as a Digital Marketing Associate at eInfochips where she supports digital marketing activities for various verticals - aerospace, technical debt, semiconductor and solution partnerships. She has 3+ years of experience in digital marketing which includes search engine optimization & social media marketing. She holds an engineering degree in Computer Science. Her hobbies includes gaming, digital gadgets and traveling.

IoT and DevOps | What it takes to overcome the challenges in enabling a truly connected world? [Video]

The number of connected devices is expected to rise to 26.3 billion by 2020 (Cisco Virtual Networking Index Forecast from 2015 to 2020). In order to sustain this double-digit growth, IoT solution providers are bracing themselves for the challenges in handling such a huge volume of data, and the growing complexity of infrastructure required.

 

DevOps can be the biggest enabler of creating connected, smart solutions owing to its strong, collaborative culture which supports continuous software deployment, along with multiple application delivery endpoints across diverse devices, web browsers, mobile, etc.  This brings together an opportunity of development and operational team work which can  give rise to DevOps culture beyond technology, encompassing seamless and effective collaboration and communication with a new mindset, and the tools required.

 

Check out our video below: 

 

 

einfochips provides DevOps expertise for IoT with an end to end implementation in terms of continuous integration, deployment, testing and monitoring, tools evaluation and execution, which follows scrum of scrum cycle. It also helps in CloudOps services driven monitoring and management application services, including for application, network, device or a cloud and integration with third party services or with continuous integration and deployment tools.

 

About Author

komal chauhan

Komal Chauhan
Digital Marketing Associate

Komal Chauhan works as a Digital Marketing Associate at eInfochips where she supports digital marketing activities for various verticals - aerospace, technical debt, semiconductor and solution partnerships. She has 3+ years of experience in digital marketing which includes search engine optimization & social media marketing. She holds an engineering degree in Computer Science. Her hobbies includes gaming, digital gadgets and traveling.

Bringing Internet of Things to Life with ARM Architecture [Infographic]

Semiconductor companies are playing a very crucial role in the development of connected IoT ecosystems. The biggest demand stems from the need for smaller geometries, low power consumption, and high performance chips, which are integral to the field deployment of IoT devices. ARM, a leading semiconductor and software design company, is at the forefront of building a robust and secured IoT platforms for the connected solutions.

 

ARM processors find use-cases in a variety of connected solutions in industries like retail, robotics, home and industrial automation, medical, automotive, etc. In particular, ARM’s Cortex®-M0 core processor, which is the smallest ARM processor available, is being extensively used in the IoT product development. M0+ family is well known for its exceptionally low gate count, minimal power requirements, and reduced code footprint, making it cost-competitive, compared to legacy 8-bit processors.

 

In order to enable a stable ecosystem of partners for IoT development and to support various domains, ARM has introduced its approved design partner program for addressing technological challenges and to enable faster time-to-market for their customers. To be a part of this program, design houses like eInfochips have gone through a stringent ARM auditing process to ensure that they meet the highest quality and capability standards. To know more about eInfochips work in ARM platforms, click here.

 

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komal chauhan

Komal Chauhan
Digital Marketing Associate

Komal Chauhan works as a Digital Marketing Associate at eInfochips where she supports digital marketing activities for various verticals - aerospace, technical debt, semiconductor and solution partnerships. She has 3+ years of experience in digital marketing which includes search engine optimization & social media marketing. She holds an engineering degree in Computer Science. Her hobbies includes gaming, digital gadgets and traveling.

Taking Advantage of ARM's Architecture in Enterprise Embedded Applications

The new ARM® Cortex®-R52, the company’s first ARMv8-R, has created a whole new performance benchmark in the industry with support for strong features such as virtualization, memory protection, responsiveness, scalability, extensibility and context-switching. This is used across demanding environments, including self-driving vehicles, IoT and safety-critical applications.

 

The processor has been designed to meet the toughest standards in the industry, including ISO 26262 (up to “ASIL D”) and IEC 61508 Safety Integrity Level 3 (SIL3). Some of the other, major advantages are:

  • Enhanced real-time 32-bit processor solutions
  • RTOS-based control systems
  • Improved memory protection schema
  • Savings in costs, physical space and space on the circuit board

 Cortex R52

How Cortex R52 works in enterprise applications

Cortex R52 processors have been successfully adopted in enterprise applications where high performance, power consumption and functional safety is required to create a highly integrated system on chips (SoCs). The processor handles increased software complexity very smoothly while performing very fast context switching as per the demand of real-time systems.

 

Key benefits of ARM architecture:

Cortex®-R52 is designed with safety features and quality performance. It brings a new level of next generation system development with the support of integrated functional safety features. While simplifying complex software integration through critically mixed code, it will not impact on real-time performance. It can be used in various performance demanding applications and in a wide range of industries like aviation, automatic, industrial, healthcare, and many more. Let’s take a look into key benefits:

 

1. RISC architecture guarantee

  • RISC comes under small, simplified and reduced sets of instruction, whereas CISC comes under more than 300 instructions.
  • RISC chips are available with fewer transistors to produce ARM processors for greater speed and reduced complexity.
  • Length of the RISC codes is fixed, hence instruction decoder is much simpler on the RISC architecture processor.
  • Instruction pipelining can be implemented easily.
  • RISC performs shorter execution time.

 

2. Power performance ratio

ARM processor is popular for its low power applications. It performs really well in high speed data processing such as mechanical devices, and enterprise user interface. The hog of the CPU will drain the battery fast ,while Cortex R52 is built in such a way that peripherals are disabled when it is not being used, which helps extend battery life and high performance simultaneously.

 

At the highest level, RISC instruction sets are smaller, micro codes are even close, more atomic. This means the instruction decoder is much simpler on RISC architecture processor leading to less power consumption, and greater efficiency.

 

3. Security and virtualization

What is needed to keep pace with security and virtualization technologies? ARM processors came up with a large number of benefits in security and virtualization. Safety critical software needs to be validated and certified in advanced critical applications. ARM processors validate, verify, certify/critical safety code and non-safety code at their required stages and so saving time and effort.

 

Drive technological advancements with ARM approved design partners

ARM has announced ARM approved design partner program to get help with ARM-based project. eInfochips is announced ARM approved design service partner program, and was involved in helping companies with ASIC/SoC design services around Cortex – M0 processors. The processor delivers advantage of lower geometry, low power consumption, and high performance rate.

 

Click here to discuss your next design on ARM processor.

 

About Author

komal chauhan

Komal Chauhan
Digital Marketing Associate

Komal Chauhan works as a Digital Marketing Associate at eInfochips where she supports digital marketing activities for various verticals - aerospace, technical debt, semiconductor and solution partnerships. She has 3+ years of experience in digital marketing which includes search engine optimization & social media marketing. She holds an engineering degree in Computer Science. Her hobbies includes gaming, digital gadgets and traveling.

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