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NXP Announces Availability of i.MX RT1060 Crossover Processors

September 4, 2018 at 5:51 PM EDT


Processor brings powerful capabilities for advancing edge node computing

Shenzhen, China – September 5, 2018 – NXP Semiconductors, today, released the i.MX RT1060 Crossover processor into the market, a mere ten months from concept to market launch.

"Our primary goal is to serve our customers by bringing cutting-edge embedded processing solutions to the market as fast as possible. Our design centers in Suzhou and Shanghai have become instrumental in making that goal a reality," commented Joe Yu, vice president of embedded processing. "This is just the beginning. We will continue to evolve scalable RT crossover series at a rapid pace to help drive the ever-increasing needs of edge computing."

The i.MX RT1060 processor family provides greater processing speed for real-time applications along with increased on-chip memory to 1MB, expanded connectivity options with high speed GPIO, CAN-FD, and a synchronous parallel NAND/NOR/PSRAM controller. At 600 MHz, it is 50 percent faster than competing Cortex-M7 product and more than two times faster than existing Cortex-M4 products.

For more information about the i.MX RT1060, click here.

About the i.MX RT Crossover Series
The i.MX RT crossover are designed to bridge the gap between high-performance and integration while minimizing costs to meet today's need for high performance embedded processing at the edge node. The series delivers the industry's highest performing microcontrollers (MCUs) with functionality of applications processors, at reduced costs, thereby enabling advanced computation and machine learning capabilities in millions of connected edge devices. For more information about the i.MX RT Family, click here.

Pricing and Availability
i.MX RT1060 is available now, priced at an MSRP of  $3.48 USD for 10K quantity.


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