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.

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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.​


Standardization

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.

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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.

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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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