The 96Boards ecosystem is built around a series of Arm System-on-Chip (SoC) agnostics hardware specifications. Created by Linaro, 96Boards helps to bring the latest in Arm-based technology to developers quickly and at a reasonable cost.
96Boards are great for Arm developers who are looking for the latest chip sets on standards-based developer platforms. Adopting the 96Boards ecosystem facilitates rapid prototyping and a strong path to product for a wide range of applications from IoT and industrial control to high end edge and gateways.
No matter the application, Arm developers can count on 96Boards to maintain and enforce their standards. These standards allow partners and community to build a strong hardware ecosystem of compatible add-on boards that accent the unique features of a particular chip-set or the entire product line.
Arm SoC agnostic
The SoC agnostic nature of 96Boards allows developers to begin projects with one vendor and quickly migrate to another while making minimal changes to a design and without leaving the ecosystem. Developers can explore a wide range of devices and find exactly what they need. 96Boards also has a robust line up of SoC vendors and manufacturing partners which grants flexibility throughout the life cycle of a project.
Path to product
When using certified 96Boards hardware and accessories, developers can count on a seamless transition to a custom PCB. This path to product is facilitated by a strong partner ecosystem that grants developers access to the same onboard silicon and most other active and passive components.
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