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Embedded System For Custom-Built IoT Applications Supports Android, Ubuntu, And Windows IOT Core

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AAEON UP Squared Maker Board to Create Your Own IOT Applications

AAEON, a developer of industrial and embedded computing platforms, announced the release of their UP Squared, a maker board.

UP Squared is a solution for custom-built IOT applications. It supports a range of operating systems including Ubuntu, Android 7.1, and Windows 10 IOT Core, which gives users access to Microsoft app templates and code editors. AAEON has also partnered with Intel to produce the UP Squared Grove IOT Development Kit, which includes sensors, buttons, and a screen to custom-build IOT applications.

Powered by Intel Atom E3900 series, Intel Pentium N4200, or Intel Celeron N3350 processors (formerly codenamed Apollo Lake), UP Squared boasts 2GB/4GB/8GB LPDDR4 memory and up to 128GB of eMMC storage. The board also houses an Intel Gen9 GPU, which supports 4K codecs. Expansion is achieved via a 40-pin GPIO, a 60-pin EXHAT connector, or through SATA3, PCIe, and M.2 ports. The board also features multiple USB ports and CSI, HDMI, DP, and eDP interfaces.


  • High performance and low power consumption features of Intel® Celeron™, Pentium™ and Atom™ Processors (codename Apollo Lake)
  • FPGA multifunction switching capability plus numerous I/O
  • GPU is supporting 4K Codec Decode and Encode for HEVC4, H.264 and VP8.
  • LPDDR4 Max 8G and eMMC Max 128G on the board.
  • Scalable IO module integration
  • Supports Windows 10, Windows IoT Core, Ubilinux, Ubuntu, Yocto and Android 7.0
  • Develop community support (

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