MediaTek has unveiled its new Internet of Things (IoT) platform in the form of the Genio 700, purposebuilt for industrial and smart home applications and devices. MediaTek will showcase the new Genio 700 at the upcoming CES 2023 technology show later this week and will be featured as part of a demo at the MediaTek booth.
MediaTek Genio 700 is an N6 (6nm) IoT chipset equipped with two ARM A78 cores @ 2.2GHz and six ARM A55 cores @ 2.0GHz, providing 4.0 TOPs AI accelerator, as well as support for FHD 60p and 4K 60p display. The Genio 700 will go on sale in the second quarter of 2023.
“Consumer, enterprise and industrial device manufacturers can innovate with confidence and bring cuttingedge devices to market faster with MediaTek IoT chipsets. We ensure your success through collaboration and support from concept to design and production. Our global ecosystem of trusted distributors and business partners allows us to change, scale and adapt to your needs.”
Mediatek Genio 700
“When we launched the Genio family of IoT products last year, we designed a platform with the scalability and development support that brands need, opening up opportunities for further expansion,” said Richard Lu, VP of MediaTek IoT Business Unit. “With a strong focus on industrial and smart home products, the Genio 700 is the perfect natural addition to the lineup, ensuring we can provide our customers with the widest range of support.”
“Genio 700 SDK allows designers to customize products using Yocto Linux, Ubuntu and Android. With this support, customers can easily develop their own products with minimal effort, regardless of the type of application.
– Supports highspeed interfaces including PCIe 2.0, USB 3.2 Gen1, and MIPICSI camera interface.
– Dual display support FHD 60p + 4K 60p supporting AV1, VP9, H.265 and H.264 (video decoding)
– Support industrial grade design and wide temperature range with a 10year service life
– ARM SystemReady certification to provide a standard and easy way to integrate the platform.
– ARM PSA certification for enhanced security”
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