‘Ultra-compact’ Open-Q 865XR system-on-module launched by Lantronix for multiple IoT solutions

Paul Pickle of Lantronix

Lantronix Inc., a global provider of Software as a Service (SaaS), engineering services and hardware for Edge Computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Remote Environment Management (REM), has announced its new Open-Q™ 865XR System on Module (SOM) solution for IoT applications.

With the Open-Q 865XR SOM, Lantronix is targeting next-gen intelligent Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) applications in sectors such as artificial intelligence (AI) machine learning, medical, gaming, logistics and retail.

“Our new Open-Q 865XR SOM gives product developers AR/VR capability at the edge, powerful general processing capability and professional-quality imaging needed to kickstart IoT application development,” says Jonathan Shipman, VP of Strategy at Lantronix Inc.

Lantronix’s Open-Q 865XR SOM is an ultra-compact (50mm x 29mm) production-ready SOM powered by the Qualcomm® SXR2130P that utilises Qualcomm® Technologies’ heterogenous compute expertise to deliver a System-on-Chip with multiple specialised processing cores, in addition to the Kryo™ 585 Octa-core CPU, including:

  • 5th generation AI engine — twice the performance of the previous generation with up to 15 TOPS
  • Dual Qualcomm® Spectra 480 ISP — supporting up to 64MP cameras
  • Qualcomm® Adreno 650 GPU — high performance graphics with power efficiency
  • Qualcomm® Hexagon 698 DSP — vision processing and machine learning
  • Adreno 665 VPU — high-quality, ultra HD video encode and decode

In addition, the Open-Q 865XR SOM delivers next-generation wireless and wired connectivity with more reliable performance and higher bandwidth, including:

  • Wi-Fi 6 — 802.11ax 2×2 MU-MIMO
  • Two-lane Gen3 PCIe
  • Two USB3.1 interfaces

Lantronix’s ultra-compact Open-Q 865XR SOM enables product designers to quickly kickstart development for IoT solutions needing advanced technologies at the edge.

The Open-Q 865XR delivers on exceptional functionality across many applications, including edge computing, augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision and high-resolution input/output. Customer interest is high with initial engagements commencing over gaming, education, medical, logistics and retail applications.

Jonathan Shipman

Supported by the fully featured Android™ 10 operating system, the Open-Q 865XR SOM provides the ideal starting point for applications designed to take advantage of the smooth Android UI as well as the advanced camera software stack.

Designed to accelerate time to market for new product innovation, the Open-Q 865XR SOM Development Kit will enable quick, easy evaluation and initial product development. The development kit, along with the available documentation, also provides a functional reference design for custom carrier board development.

“Lantronix’s proven track record of successes with Qualcomm Technologies, including the Open-Q 820 and 845 µSOM products, coupled with Lantronix’s extensive engineering capabilities and services, make us excited to deliver the Open-Q 865XR SOM to new and existing clients,” says Paul Pickle, president and CEO of Lantronix.

In addition to production-ready SOMs, development platforms and tools, Lantronix offers turnkey product development services, driver and application software development and expert technical support. The Open-Q 865XR SOM Development Kit is available to order.

To learn more about the Open-Q 865XR and download the product brief and datasheet as well as explore all the hardware, software and services Lantronix has to offer, Click here.

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