AMD unveils cost-optimized Kria SOM and Starter Kit

Posted 21 September 2023

AMD  announced the Kria K24 Adaptive System-on-Module (SOM) and KD240 Drives Starter Kit, the latest additions to the Kria portfolio of adaptive SOMs and developer kits. AMD Kria K24 SOM offers power-efficient compute in a small form factor and targets cost-sensitive industrial and commercial edge applications. Advanced Integrated Fan-Out (InFO) packaging makes the K24 half the size of a credit card while using half the power of the larger, connector-compatible Kria K26 SOM.

The K24 SOM features a custom-built Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC device and provides high determinism and low latency for powering electric drives and motor controllers used in compute-intensive digital signal processing applications at the edge, such as robotics for factory automation, public transportation such as elevators and trains, surgical robotics and medical equipment like MRI beds, and EV charging stations.

Together with the supporting KD240 starter kit, the products provide an out-of-the-box-ready motor control-based development platform that offers a seamless path to production deployment with the K24 SOM. Users can quickly be up and running, speeding time to market for motor control and DSP applications without requiring FPGA programming expertise.

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