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RZBoard V2L - A business card-sized Renesas RZ/V2L SBC for AI vision applications

Avnet RZBoard V2L is an Arm Linux SBC for AI vision applications that’s about the size of a business card (or a Raspberry Pi), and powered by a Renesas RZ/V2L Cortex-A55/M33 processor with an on-chip DRP-AI accelerator.

The board also comes with 2GB DDR4, 32GB eMMC flash, 16MB QSPI flash, Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0, multiple USB ports, MIPI DSI/CSI interfaces, as well as a Pi HAT compatible 40-pin GPIO header.

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  • Avnet introduces RZBoard V2L which packs Renesas RZ/V2L SoC and comes in Raspberry Pi 4 form-factor

    The RZBoard V2L from Avnet, is a Single Board Computer (SBC) that shares a similar design to the Raspberry Pi 4 model B. One of the main differences between these SBCs is that the RZBoard V2L is powered  by the powerful RZ/V2L System on Chip (SoC) from Renesas Electronics. Avnet also has these SBCs in stock and they are available for $147.

    The RZ/V2L processor combines a dual core Arm Cortex-A55 CPU (up to 1.2GHz), an ARM Cortex-M33, a Mali GT31 3D-GPU and an AI accelerator (DRP-AI). In addition, there is a H.264 video (1920/1080) encode/decode function implemented in silicon. 

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