How EDM can benefit you?
EDM is an open standard under the Creative Commons Share Alike license and is the first true x86/ARM cross platform pin-to-pin compatible standard covering a wide spectrum of CPU architectures ranging from low power efficient ARM Cortex-A7 SoC’s all the way up to 64-bit multicore processor modules.
EDM Systems on Module are a versatile small form factor computer modules providing a flexible solution to OEM’s that require a scalable low power modular computing solution.
Why to choose EDM modules?
EDM modules provide complete building blocks including memory, boot flash, power sequencing, CPU power supplies, Ethernet, wireless communication interfaces and graphic engine cores on the module. EDM modules are used in conjunction with carries boards as well as the schematics for the Evaluation boards are completely open source.
TechNexion EDM modules incorporate only components from embedded roadmaps of strategic suppliers and are backed up with value added technical services such as life cycle management, revision control and end-of-life support.
Kickstart your project development cycle with our plug and play development startkits that come pre-loaded with working software and all tools to assist you to validate performance and explore additional possibilities without the need to invest a huge amount of time and resources upfront.
Custom Carrier board design
Customers can design their own carrier board using the freely available schematic design files and leverage on the available software source code that comes standard with every EDM module and therefore bringing a custom designer solution to market using a very short design cycle and reduced engineering risks.
TechNexion offers custom tailored carrier board design and manufacturing services where our expertise as co-founder of the EDM standard will assist you to ensure your design is fully compatible and upgrade proof while moving to next generation EDM modules.
TechNexion and Open Source
TechNexion EDM modules come standard with source code and binary demo images for the following Operating Systems:
Android binary demo images, instructions to make your own, as well as complete source code available.
Linux binary demo images and full source code u-boot, kernel and support packages available.
Yocto binary demo images and full source code u-boot, kernel and support packages available.
Ubuntu binary demo images available.