BeagleBone AI-64 SBC now available from stock at Farnell

29th July 2022
Tom Anstee

BeagleBone AI-64 SBC board is the first 64-bit open hardware single board computer from designed for building performance-optimised embedded applications. 

Farnell, an Avnet company and global distributor of electronic components, products and solutions, is now selling from stock the new BeagleBone AI-64 SBC board. This is the first 64-bit open hardware single board computer designed for building performance-optimised embedded applications and brings a complete artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning system to developers.

“We believe this board will capture the imaginations of designers and empower them to build complete and powerful AI systems,” said Christine Long, CEO of the® Foundation. “At an extremely competitive price point, we are excited about the new applications that BeagleBone AI-64 will enable for new and experienced users.”

BeagleBone® AI-64 SBC provides the convenience and expandability of the BeagleBone platform with all of the on-board peripherals required to start learning and building applications. The familiar BeagleBone cape headers provide industry-leading expansion possibilities with hundreds of open-source hardware examples and dozens of readily available off-the-shelf embedded expansion options. A simple web browser, power source and network connection are all that are needed to start building performance-optimised embedded applications.

“BeagleBone® AI-64 represents a major milestone for, satisfying some of the most requested features from our developer community,” said Jason Kridner, Foundation Board President. “With multiple SuperSpeed USB ports, familiar BeagleBone cape expansion headers, and desktop-capable performance, the general-purpose embedded applications for this board are endless, with eight TOPS neural-network performance accessible through familiar Python libraries to boot.”

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