NXP i.MX 8X Processors
8QuadXPlus and 8DualXPlus Automotive and Infotainment Applications
The NXP i.MX 8 is an Arm-Cortex®-based applications processor family built with advanced media processing, secure domain partitioning and innovative vision processing. The processors can drive multiple display automotive applications, industrial systems, vision, HMI and single-board computers.
NXP’s i.MX 8X processors consist of three to five Arm cores (two to four Arm Cortex®-A35 and one Cortex®-M4F). All devices include separate GPU and VPU subsystems as well as a failover-ready display controller. Advanced multicore audio processing is supported by the Arm cores and a high performance Tensilica® HiFi 4 DSP for pre- and post-audio processing as well as voice recognition.
The i.MX 8X Family supports up to three displays with multiple display output options, including parallel, MIPI-DSI, and LVDS.
- Fast multi-OS platform deployment via advanced full-chip hardware virtualization and domain protection
- Deploy rich, fully-independent graphics content across 4x HD screens or 1x 4K screen
- Incorporate Vision and Speech Recognition interactivity via a powerful vision pipeline and audio processing subsystem
- Rapidly deploy multiple products by utilizing pin and power compatible packages and software friendly copy-exact IP blocks
- Android™, Linux®, FreeRTOS, QNX™, Green Hills®, Dornerworks XEN™
- Automotive AEC-Q100 Grade 3 (-40°C to 125°C Tj), Industrial (-40°C to 105°C Tj)
- Fully supported on NXP’s 10 and 15-year Longevity Program
- Heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC)
- Mid to high infotainment
- Motorcycle engine control unit (ECU)
- Small engine control
i.MX 8 Family Block Diagram
Next-Gen Connected eCockpit for Safer Experiences that Inform and Entertain with NXP
i.MX 8 Evaluation and Development Boards
A platform for comprehensive evaluation of the i.MX 8M Plus Quad/Dual and i.MX 8M Plus QuadLite applications processors. It is fully software compatible with the 8MPLUSLPD4-EVK and includes additional hardware to measure the i.MX 8M Plus SoC power consumption at run time.
A platform for evaluation and development of the Arm® Cortex® A72 | A53 + Cortex-M4F based i.MX 8QuadMax and i.MX 8QuadPlus applications processors as well as the NXP PF8100 power management integrated circuit (PMIC) solution and sensors.