Electronica: OKdo sells the first Rock 5B 8-core single-board computers


It's an octo-core computer that delivers "desktop-level performance needed for computing-intensive activities such as artificial intelligence or gaming, as well as object recognition, predictive maintenance, or motion detection and analysis." claims OKdo, which has an agreement with Radxa to manufacture and distribute both Rock SBCs and system modules.

The board features quad-core Arm Cortex-A76 and quad-core 'DynamIQ' Cortex-A55 processors in the Rockchip RK3588, which also has an Arm Mali-G610 GPU and NPU (neural processor), as well as video encoding and decoding.

The GPU supports Open GL ES3.2 and Vulkan 1.2, as well as Open CL 2.2 to let the CPU offload intensive number processing. For AI, NPU is rated 6Tops.

Source: electronicsweekly.com


enter your comment!
enter your name here