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|SOC||MediaTek Genio 500|
|CPU||Quad-core Arm Cortex-A73 @2.0GHz Quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 @2.0GHz|
|GPU||Arm Mali-G72 MP3|
|APU||Dual-core Tensilica Vision P6 @525Mhz|
|Video||H.265 1080p @ 60fps decoder
H.264 1080p+720p @ 30fps encoder
|Display||MIPI 4-lane DSI
|Camera||MIPI CSI-2 ports x4|
|RAM||LPDDR4 2GB (upgradable)|
|Wireless||Wi-Fi (802.11ac) 2×2 MIMO dual-band (2.4GHz, 5GHz)
|Expansion||40-pin GPIO connector|
|Power||USB Type C 5V|
|USB||Type C DRP (Host/Device)
Type A x2
Micro-B (Serial Console)
|Audio||3.5mm stereo headset jack|
The Pumpkin i500 EVK is designed by OLogic and powered by MediaTek Genio 500 . It is an SBC that is built to support computer vision and AI Edge Computing.
Designed for AIoT market this EVK jump-starts the development of products with display and camera capabilities (control panels, smart hubs, point-of-sales, smart appliances, robots).
Be sure to check out our new Pumpkin i350 EVK: a lower cost, mid-range performance platform that enables engineering teams to design for wider market adoption use cases such as door entry systems, personal gym trainers, child sleep companion robots, and much more.
The Genio 500 is approved by Intel for 3D sensing in AI accelerated IoT applications at the edge. The RealSense technology allows for new types of applications to go beyond simple 2D vision and machine learning applications by implementing 3D machine learning algorithms out on the edge.
There is contingent support for the core technologies that run voice-controlled devices from Amazon Alexa Voice Services and Google Assistant, for devices based on the very popular home attendants.
The MediaTek AIoT SDK supports Yocto Linux based on Kernel 5.10 and Android 11 to let third-party customers and members of the MediaTek Ecosystem test Computer Vision algorithms, AI models, and custom software on top of the base layer.
The SDK is receiving updates quarterly, with security updates and patches being delivered over-the-air (OTA) on a regular basis. The chipset series has a timeline for updates to features and security for device manufacturers to leverage the latest builds for their units to protect end-users and patch vulnerabilities.