NXP Introduces Next-Generation Secure, Power-Efficient i.MX 91 Family, Extending Linux Capabilities for a Wide Range of Edge Applications
【Lansheng Technology Information】June 1, 2023 - NXP Semiconductors officially released the i.MX 91 application processor series. Building on NXP's more than two decades of leadership in developing multi-market application processors, the i.MX 91 family offers an optimized combination of security, features, and power efficiency for next-generation Linux®-based IoT and industrial application needs.
Newly released protocols change the direction of new product categories in the IoT and industrial markets, such as Matter, the interoperable secure connectivity standard for the smart home of the future, or the ISO 15118-20 standard for electric vehicle chargers. Such new products are usually based on Linux, because Linux can provide developers with the scalability and programming convenience they need to promote application development and extend product life. NXP's i.MX 91 family enables developers to quickly create new Linux-based edge devices such as home controllers, connected appliances, home entertainment, industrial scanning and printing, building controls, electric vehicle chargers and medical platforms.
"The i.MX 91 family reinforces NXP's leadership in intelligent controllers," said Jim McGregor, principal analyst at TIRIAS Research. "Next-generation Linux devices based on i.MX 91 applications processors will be high-performance, cost-effective security solutions that enable faster, more timely, and easier deployment of new versions of protocols or standards. It provides an important platform for engineers to add intelligent functionality to traditional embedded and IoT systems while leveraging a wider range of i The .MX 9 Series provides scalability."
As the entry-level product of the i.MX 9 series, the i.MX 91 series has the scalability and programming convenience required by developers, making it easy to continuously update applications in the future. The i.MX 91 series can share hardware and software with NXP's i.MX 93 series, providing additional platform options for expanding product lines, maximizing reuse of investment in development and shortening time to market.
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