ALKES (formerly codenamed Q7-928)

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ALKES (formerly codenamed Q7-928) is a Qseven® Rel. 2.0 Compliant Module that offers top computational and graphical performances, thanks to its low-power consuming ARM architecture. The board is based on the NXP i.MX6 Processors, a multimedia processor integrating a multicore Cortex® A9 ARM Core (up to Quad Core processors), ideal for applications requiring multimedia capabilities and/or high levels of parallel computing.



How can I power on my module?

What will I find in my module?

Off-the-shelf products are shipped with a standard in-house-developed software.
The definition of standard, in this case, is “the environment which SECO adopts for validation”.
Anyway, custom in-house-developed software with different defaults can be built.
Contact your reference sales for further information.

What can I do now?


Source code:

Source code for linux kernel, u-boot and yocto seco layers is available here.


Board configuration