The next big thing is smaller

8 MARCH 2017

DIGI ConnectCore® for i.MX6UL


i.MX6UL Development-Kit

DIGI is excited to announce the smallest and most secure i.MX6UL system-on-module available on the market today.

The DIGI ConnectCore® for i.MX6UL packs a lot into this stamp-sized module (29×29×3.5mm):


i.MX6UL Starter-Kit

NXP i.MX6UL-2, Cortex-A7 @ 528MHz processor
Up to 2GB NAND Flash
Pre-certified for 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth 4.2
Integrated dual-Ethernet 10/100
Dedicated security and authentication controller
Unique low-power and wake-up state management

System-on-modules, or SoMs, are an affordable way for OEMs to quickly enable their products to be smarter and connect to the Internet of Things. SoMs deliver the I/O, memory, and wireless connectivity necessary to connect a product to the IoT without having to become experts in electrical engineering. For many OEMs, building complex connected devices from the ground up is not a core competency. Furthermore, fast changing market requirements, global competitive pressures, and ever-changing technology and regulatory requirements make partnering with proven SoM manufacture like DIGI, a necessity.
Whether it’s a medical device or a missioncritical industrial controller, DIGI has the expertise to get you to market quickly.
Once you’ve connected a device to the Internet – you have to make sure it secured. The DIGI ConnectCore for i.MX6UL was built with DIGI Trust-Fence™, a security framework that removes the implementation barriers by providing you with a fully integrated, secure module platform with complete Linux software support.


i.MX6UL SBC-board

DIGI ConnectCore for i.MX6UL delivers the smallest, smartest, most secure way to connect your product to the Internet of Things. Check out to learn more:

Joachim Strohschenk
Tel: +49 89 130143817


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