Qualcomm Announces New Chipsets for Internet of Things Applications

Qulacomm has announced two new Snapdragon 600E and 410E processors today. These are made especially for embedded applications in many verticals such as digital signage, set-top-boxes, medical imaging, point of sale systems, industrial robotics, and other Internet of Things (IoT) related applications.

The Snapdragon 600E featuring 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Krait 300 CPU is the ideal processor for building advanced systems with multi-core performance and immersive 3D graphics. It supports integrated Bluetooth 4.0/LE & 3.x, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and GPS for connected applications. It is also highly expandable for a variety of use cases with SATA, SD3.0, DDR memory, eMMC storage, HDMI, LVDS, HSIC, and PCIe interfaces.

On the other hand Snapdragon 410E 1.2GHz quad-core processor offers high performance, low power consumption and rich multimedia with an Adreno 306 GPU and Hexagon DSP. It supports Bluetooth 4.1/LE, 802.11 b/g/n and GPS, making it ideal for IoT use cases in smart homes, digital signage, medical equipment, industrial automation, digital media players and smart surveillance.

Available Through 3rd Party Distributors

Qualcomm has also announced that these chipsets are the first ones to be made available globally by third party distributors. Making them accessible in a variety of quantities to manufacturers of all sizes for embedded computing and IoT products.

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