After Web 2.0, which made the internet user an actor and no longer just a spectator of what is happening on the Web with the appearance of blogs and social networks, came Web 3.0, which integrated sources of information physical such as bracelets on our wrists or sensors in our homes.
This is called "Internet of Things" (IoT), or " Internet of Things "(IoT) with us. And it is precisely to these objects that the new chipsets unveiled by the manufacturer Samsung address themselves. There are three of them and they are part of a family called ARTIK.
First we find the chipset ARTIK 1 in 12 x 12 millimeter format which offers a processor double heart at 250-330 MHz, 1 MB RAM and flash memory 4 MB. It runs under a Nucleus environment.
ARTIK 1 (click to enlarge)
Next is the chipset ARTIK 5 with dimensions 29 x 25 millimeters which houses a CPU part with two hearts A7 at 1 GHz, 512 MB RAM and flash storage of 4GB. It also has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules, as well as a USB 2.0 port. The environment is Yocto 1.6.
ARTIK 5 (click to enlarge)
Finally, there is the chipset ARTIK 10 with dimensions 39 x 29 millimeters which allows to switch tooctocore, with four 1.0 GHz A7 cores and four 1.3 GHz A15 cores in a big.LITTLE architecture. Next to it, there is a 2 GB RAM and a flash memory 16 GB, as well as Bluetooth / Wi-Fi modules and USB 2.0 / USB 3.0 ports. Again, Yocto 1.6 is at the controls.
ARTIK 10 (click to enlarge)
Presented as a platform open source, ARTIK is provided with various tools so that developers can design their own solutions.