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Intel® Edison

Intel® Edison

Intel Edison opens a new era in the world of powerful single-board computers (SBC) at a low price. Intel Edison is the ideal platform for those of you looking for low-cost, easy to use and ready-made hardware. Whether you’re a beginner, maker or big company wishing to enter the “Internet of Things” market, you will find in this nano-computer, the perfect platform for quick prototyping and embedded electronics.

Powered by a dual-core Intel Atom Silvermont (4 threads) at 500 Mhz and a 100 Mhz 32-bit Intel Quark microcontroller, this board also features great connectivity modules such as a dual-band WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth Low energy modules. You will also find a 1 RAM GB in addition to 40 GPIO on this board running on a Yocto Linux version.

When it comes to programming, Intel Edison platform supports first Arduino and C/C++, then Node.JS, Python, RTOS and visual programming will be supported. A provided framework allows device-to-device and device-to-cloud connectivity alongside an analytics service.


  • Intel Edison Kits

    Developers have now great potential available with the mighty Intel Edison platform thanks to its 500 Mhz dual-core Intel Atom Silvermont processor, 100 Mhz Quark micro-controler and Yocto Linux OS.

    If you’re familiar with Arduino, getting started with the Intel Edison computer will be easier since you can use the Arduino IDE. The compa…

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  • Intel Edison Modules

    A tiny computer like the Intel Edison can do a lot but will soon reach its limits. That’s when the Intel Edison modules come handy. The development system for wearable devices that Intel announced in 2014, is not supposed to work by itself. You will be surprised by the amount of modules available for this platform that you can use in order to c…

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