BeagleBone Black Now Available to Order at Mouser

12 MAY 2013

Mouser Electronics, Inc. announced it is accepting orders for the new highly anticipated BeagleBone Black from BeagleBoard by CircuitCo, a lower-cost, high-expansion focused BeagleBone featuring a Sitara AM335x Cortex A8 ARM processor from Texas Instruments.
BeagleBone Black is the newest member of the BeagleBoard family, taking popular features from the original BeagleBone, and adding excellent additional features and performance with a faster processor, onboard HDMI and double the memory.
The BeagleBoard.org platform has a proven track record of facilitating innovation from concept to market and BeagleBone Black’s enhanced feature set enables developers to turn ideas into prototypes more easily than ever. Whether operating stand-alone or in conjunction with another computer, BeagleBone Black will provide developers, hobbyists and enthusiasts with easy access to industry standard interfaces and a well-developed ecosystem of software and tools. The original BeagleBone’s cape plug-in boards are also compatible with the BeagleBone Black, making easy integration with previous projects yet another advantage.
“Mouser Electronics is delighted to partner with BeagleBoard.org and offer the new BeagleBone Black,” states Russell Rasor, Mouser Electronics’ Vice President of Advanced Technology. “With the new enhanced features, the BeagleBone Black represents an excellent value and further accelerates the design engineer’s job of developing hardware and software applications for embedded systems quickly and cost effectively. As the trend moves toward more highly integrated systems on a chip, having readily available, cost-effective tools to develop, prototype and test are crucial.”
To learn more, visit http://www.mouser.com/new/beagleboardorg/beagleboneblack/.

Mouser Electronics
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