Quote Originally Posted by popper View Post
yea ,the OMAP5 ARM Cortex-A15 processor [omap54??] running at “only” 800Mhz compared to a 1.3Ghz ARM Cortex-A9 Quad-core processor looks to have nice potential on the surface,for Trim-Slice type box etc

i do wonder what official memory bandwidth and dual or single channel etc they are using there, as it is key to getting better overall data throughout today, any clue what that might be given TI have gone public with that SOC now, say hi to Charbax if your going to MWC this year and remember to collect up the data sheets and give him the full specs and speeds not just the PR stuff/fluff please LOL
I won't be at MWC (/me just a hacker) but the OMAP5432 variant w/ dual-channel DDR3 is probably well suited to a trim-slice type box. There is also OMAP5430 which supports dual-channel LPDDR2 (IIRC) if PCB space is at a premium, but normal DDR is cheaper and something the size of trim-slice has plenty of PCB area compared to a phone. Both variants have SATA.