“Technology enabling the smart lifestyle must be easy to use, seamlessly connected, and beautifully responsive. It also needs to be open source to give the developers of elegant, high-performance products the interoperability, flexibility, and stability that open source offers. The open source KinomaJS application framework is our most advanced software technology for customers, partners, and developers building on Marvell silicon,” commented Weili Dai, President and Co-Founder of Marvell.
New hardware prototyping products
Kinoma today introduced two new connected hardware prototyping products:
Kinoma Element is designed to take ideas from drawing board, to prototype, through to mass production using Marvell’s microcontroller line. Numerous companies—including August, Blossom, iHome, Rheem, and Xiaomi—have adopted other microcontrollers in this line for their IoT products.
2. Kinoma HD is a scriptable stick for developers who want to display visually rich content on the biggest displays. Kinoma HD’s HDMI output plugs into an HD capable display, connecting wirelessly to IoT devices, iOS and Android handhelds, cloud services, and content from web-based apps. The stick is plug-and-play once slotted into a display’s full-sized HDMI port, hooked up to a USB power supply, and connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Kinoma HD is thumb-sized, yet powerful enough to handle rich media presentations of an IoT ecosystem. For example, with Kinoma HD, developers can provide an engaging visual experience of IoT product performance and sensor data.
“We envision a quickly approaching future where ‘smart furnishings’ transform the traditional tabletops and walls in our homes and workplaces into interactive displays and live content command centers. Kinoma HD is the ideal solution for developers making this future a reality,” added Weili Dai, President and Co-Founder of Marvell.
Kinoma HD has 256 MB of RAM, is connected with Wi-Fi g/n/ac, and has HDMI output of 1080p/720p. Kinoma HD is built on Marvell’s 88DE3006 1.2GHz dual core system-on-chip, which is part of Marvell’s ARMADA 1500 family of video processors found in mainstream consumer electronics products by Google, LGE, Swisscom, and more.
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