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Ten64 is an eight-core 64-bit ARM board targeted at multi-gigabit networking and embedded applications, with a focus on providing the best development experience possible with close-to-"mainline" versions of ARM Trusted Firmware, U-Boot, and Linux kernel support.
Using NXP’s LS1088A SoC, it includes power-efficient Cortex-A53 cores with a multi-core optimized network block (DPAA2) with potential to scale further in the future with advanced network APIs such as DPDK, as well as virtualization and IOMMU support.
Ten64 has an array of high-bandwidth I/O, including DDR4 SODIMM with ECC, 8 x Gigabit Ethernet, 2 x 10G SFP+, M.2 key M with PCIe 3.0 x2 for SSD’s, M.2 Key B with USB 3 and PCIe for cellular modems, and two Mini-PCIe slots for 802.11 cards and SATA controllers. To ease development, there is an on-board USB-to-serial converter with USB C, and a development header with control, I2C, and GPIO/interrupt pins.
Apologies for the very long wait between updates – at Traverse we have been very busy not only on the Ten64 but a couple of other ongoing projects – and we were unable to launch Ten64 last year as planned. Read the full update.
Today we announced the Ten64, a new networking-focused board based on NXP's Layerscape LS1088A SoC. This replaces the previously-planned LS1043 design (Five64). Read the full update.
A few weeks ago, we received our new OEM model ("LS1043S") prototypes, and we have been busy testing them and sending out samples to our initial customers. Read the full update.
Since our last update, we have been busy designing the next iteration of our LS1043 platform, called the 'LS1043S.' Read the full update.