> 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 support 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.