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iesy AM62xx OSM-LF - a cost-effective SoM based on the AM62x from Texas Instruments

The AM62x Sitara™ MPU processors are designed for Linux applications®. Featuring the scalable ARM® Cortex-A53® and embedded features such as dual-display support and 3D graphics acceleration, as well as an extensive selection of peripherals, suitable for a wide range of industrial & automotive applications while providing intelligent features, and an optimized power architecture.  

OSM partnership launched with Mitwell Inc.

Since 2019, the challenges of miniaturization, scalability and cost efficiency in the embedded industry have never been greater. With the development of Open Standard Module as well as the goal to drive a uniform standardization of computer modules, iesy GmbH as a founding member has set itself the task to market OSM worldwide.

Dr. Lars Fink joins the company as Co-CEO iesy expands the management team

Dr. Lars Fink is the new Co-CEO at iesy. With him, iesy was able to gain a CEO with many years of experience in the management of fast-growing technology companies.

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The iesy Repositories Clearly structured and easy to use

Our iesy repositories were developed with the aim to provide you with relevant documents, files and codes for our OSM products in a clearly arranged way. The iesy repositories are platforms on which content from the areas of hardware and software is made clearly accessible.

Product Development Blog - New

You can now get the latest information from product development via our Product Development Blog (PDB). Our focus is to provide you with relevant information on our computer modules in a timely manner. Developers and project managers in particular benefit from this service.

Specification 1.1 and Design Guide available Open Standard Module™

On the part of the Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies (SGET), two significant innovations were announced in May 2022 for the standard of solder modules introduced in 2019.

Thus, the new OSM specification 1.1 as well as the first design guide were presented. Our Managing Director Martin Steger, who is also Chairman of the Standard Development Team (SDT) at SGET, looks back on many months of hard work. The trend for OSM to establish itself as the world's first open, multi-vendor and scalable standard for solder modules continues to progress. The new specification 1.1 does justice to this rapid evolution of the OSM standard.

The new MXM product family from ADLINK

The challenge for graphics processors in terms of performance and size is increasing. The demand for their functionality in demanding or rough environments has also increased. With the launch of the new MXM product family, based on the NVIDIA Turing™ architecture, ADLINK is addressing this challenge. The embedded MXM graphics modules accelerate edge computing and edge AI applications to enable high-performance applications in the medical, robotics, transportation, aerospace and defense industries, among others.

The iesy Business Segments

The requirements for an embedded solution can be very different. To be able to support our customers optimally, we distinguish between 3 business segments.

All the best for the year of the tiger Chinese New Year 2022

We wish our customers, partners and friends a happy and healthy Chinese New Year.

We can only go further together

Get everyone involved: We need more people to get vaccinated!

How time flies...

When our head of project development and officer with procurement, Ralf Wardenbach, owned his first PC in 1987, it was equipped with an Intel 80386 with a clock rate of 25 MHz. With a size of 37 x 37 mm, at that time a real all-rounder...