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PolarBerry secure PolarFire SoC Linux SBC and SoM | #linux | #linuxsecurity | #hacking | #aihp

PolarBerry was successfully launched back in 2020 and is once again available from the Crowd Supply website with prices starting from $999. The system-on-module (SoM) that makes it easy to develop for and integrate Microchip’s PolarFire SoC, a low-power FPGA with a secure, four-application-core, 64-bit, Linux-capable RISC-V subsystem.

Sundance DSP also offers a SE215 PCIe SoM Carrier Board also priced at $999 offering a PCIe x1 Gen2 carrier card for a single PolarBerry SoM. Includes JTAG and UART via a micro USB connector, Display Port output, power and user LEDs, and a low-pin-count (LPC) FMC site. The board has a 12 VDC power input connector so it can be used as an embedded or desktop solution. Via jumper selection, this board can also be used as a RootComplex in a PCIe passive carrier. (PolarBerry SoM not included).


“PolarBerry is the first production- and deployment-ready SoM with a hardened real-time, Linux-capable, RISC-V-based MPU subsystem bringing low power consumption, thermal efficiency, and defense-grade security to embedded systems. With a deterministic, coherent RISC-V CPU cluster and a deterministic L2 memory subsystem enabling Linux and real-time applications, PolarBerry is the ideal SoM for users who are looking to develop systems which are not based on ARM processors.”

For full details and specifications jump over to the official product page on the Crowd Supply website by following the link below.

Source : Crowd Supply

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