Axiomtek AIE110-XNX Edge AI developer kit provides up to 21 TOPS of accelerated AI computing performance thanks to an NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX system-on-module with a 6-core NVIDIA Carmel ARM v8.2 64-bit CPU and a 384-core NVIDIA Volta GPU with 48 Tensor Cores.
The new devkit serves as a relatively low-cost cost development kit with no minimum order, instead of getting full-feature embedded computers such as the company’s AIE900-XNX Edge AI system also based on the same Jetson Xavier NX module.
- NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX system-on-module with
- CPU – 6-core NVIDIA Carmel Armv8.2 64-bit CPU with 6 MB L2 + 4 MB L3 cache
- GPU – 384-core NVIDIA Volta GPU with 48 Tensor Cores
- AI Accelerator – 2x NVDLA
- System Memory – 8GB 128-bit LPDDR4x onboard
- Storage – 16GB eMMC flash
- Storage – M.2 Key M 2280 with PCIe x4 NVMe SSD slot, microSD slot
- Video Output – 1x HDMI 2.0 port up to 4Kp60
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet via Jetson Xavier NX
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet port with PoE support via Intel i210-IT; up to 15W PoE
- Optional Wi-Fi/LTE/Bluetooth/GPS via mPCIe socket + SIM card slot
- USB – 1x USB 3.2 Gen2 port, 1x USB 2.0 port
- DIO pin header
- 1x Full-size PCI Express Mini Card slot (USB + PCI Express signal)
- 1x M.2 Key M 2280 socket (PCIe x4)
- Recovery switch, reset button, power button
- Green LED for power, yellow LED for storage
- Power Supply
- 12V DC power input via screw-type barrel jack
- PoE up to 15W for IP camera
- Dimensions – 165 x 117 x 37.7 mm
- Weight – 300 grams
- Temperature Range – Operating: -10°C to +60°C
- Relative Humidity – 10% – 95%, non-condensing
- Vibration – 3 Grms with M.2 drive (5 to 500Hz, X, Y, Z directions)
- Certifications – CE, FCC Class A
As one would expect, the AIE110-XNX supports the same Ubuntu 20.04-based NVIDIA JetPack as used in other NVIDIA Jetson platforms, as well as 24/7 secure remote monitoring, control, and OTA deployment using Allxon device management services.
Axiomtek says the AIE110-XNX development kit is available now to users who want to develop AI solutions on a “friendly budget”, and can be used by makers, learners, and system integrators. It’s just not for sale online, you’d need to contact the company to purchase a sample. More details may be found on the product page.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.