> Xilinx Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC: With 64-bit processor scalability and combining real-time control with soft and hard engines for graphics, video, waveform, and packet processing, the MPSoC offers many possibilities for industrial IoT deployments. XZ presents three distinct variants include dual application processor (CG) devices, quad application processor and GPU (EG) devices, and video codec (EV) devices, all of which can be leveraged by Witekio firmware developers.
> Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Platform and APQ8016e: This processor is an ideal solution and popular choice for IoT applications requiring computing power and integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, such as connected homes, building automation, industrial control, digital signage, smart surveillance and other IoT devices. It is capable of both 32- and 64-bit processing, and its video core supports popular codecs including H.264, MPEG4, MPEG2 and VC1.
> Intel Atom E38xx, Celeron, Core i, Coffee Lake: Long a standard for more powerful computing needs, Intel’s low power processors are common choices for industrial IoT devices. E3800 product family is a system-on-chip (SoC) designed for intelligent systems, delivering high computing, graphic, and media performance while operating in a wide range of thermal conditions.
> Renesas RZ A1: With an ARM Cortex-A9 core and supporting up to 2 Displays with WXGA resolution without the need for external memory, the RZ/A1H enables very compact embedded designs without the need to worry about memory procurement and memory EOL. Flexible, compact, and supporting a wide range of peripherals, it is a processor that has some traction in the industrial IoT domain.
> NVIDIA Jetson TX2 and Nano: NVIDIA claims that the Jetson TX2 is “7.5-watt supercomputer on a module”. Built with AI and ML applications in mind, it’s a good choice for edge computing applications on connected devices. It is easy to integrate with other hardware and offers a variety of standard connectors to make architecting your device faster and easier.
> Atmel SAMA5: Defined by their best-in-class low-power and high-performance, the SAMA5 MPU supports multiple memory options including DDR3, LPDDR3 and QSPI Flash. A wide set of peripherals, user interfaces and security features simplify firmware development and design for control panels, secure IoT gateways, barcode scanners, printers, and POS terminal applications.
> Rockchip RK33xx: A versatile processor, the RK33 series of MPUs can be found in a variety of projects including home automation, the automotive sector, smart vision, streaming media, and the retail industry. With support for high resolution displays (RGB/LVDS/MIPI-DSI/eDP interface, up to a resolution of 2048×1536) it is an option for many IoT and connected devices with a focus on displays in the UI.
> Microchip PIC18: This combination of peripherals on the PIC18 simplifies the creation of customized firmware, improves system response time, reduces the number of external components, and cuts code development time. It is a common choice for devices in the industrial control, consumer, automotive, motor control, and capacitive touch sensing spaces.