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The i.MX 7ULP family of processors represents NXP’s latest achievement in ultra-low-power processing for use cases demanding long battery life.

Targeted toward the growing market of portable and low-power devices, the i.MX 7ULP family is built upon the heterogeneous asymmetric architecture utilizing both the Arm® Cortex®-A7 and Cortex-M4 cores, with separate isolated domains. The heterogeneous architecture gives customers the ultimate flexibility by enabling a single-chip solution that can run sophisticated operating systems and provide real-time responsiveness.

 

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The i.MX 7ULP family of processors features 3D and 2D Graphics Processing Units (GPUs), provides up to 32-bit LPDDR2/LPDDR3 memory interface and a number of other interfaces for connecting peripherals, such as WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, displays, and camera sensors. The i.MX 7ULP processor is supported by NXP’s companion power management ICs (PMICs).

Key Benefits
  • Ultra low-power
  • Heterogeneous Domain Computing
  • Efficient 2D/3D graphics

 

Related Documents

 




 

Meet i.MX 7ULP
Rethinking applications processing for ultra-low power – i.MX 7ULP