LeMaker Cello Featuring AMD’s 64-bit ARM Chip Coming for $299
The low-power service chip space is certainly not something AMD is historically known for, but since the past year or so, with their latest adventures into their own ARM development board, the company has decided to change that with LeMaker Cello, their new development board featuring 64-bit ARM Chip.
Instead of HuskyBoard, their Opteron A1100 ARM 64-bit SoC based development board, we are now picking up word for another A1100 board.
Since this one is pretty similar to the HuskyBoard, we might even see that it has replaced their plans for the latter. Regardless, we are sure this one is going to sell well on its price tag because after all, it is the first AMD ARM SOC first lower-cost development board.
The LeMaker Cello comes with an Opteron A1120 quad-core ARM Cortex-A57 processor. However, although this is a little thing that would bring Raspberry Pi to your mind, the price is nothing like it. This one is going to cost you $299.
That being said, here is a rundown on the complete details of the ARM 64-bit Sever Main Board with 96Boards EE Specification:
- SoC: AMD Opteron A1100 Series
- CPU: Quad-core ARM Cortex-A57 64 bit
- DRAM: Two DDR3 SO-DIMM sockets
- SATA: Two SATA ports
- USB: Two USB 3.0 ports
- Console: USB-micro port for console support
- Ethernet: 1 GBe Ethernet
- PCIe: x16 PCIe G3 slot
- JTAG: 10-Pin JTAG headers
- Expansion Interface: Linaro 96Bords Expansion slot
- Dimension: Standard 160 x 120 mm 96Boards Enterprise Edition form factor
- Weight: 500g
Will you be picking up the LeMaker Cello?