The power specifications stated herein apply to the capabilities of the Intel® Joule™ module itself. The power specifications will vary for the reference expansion board designed by Intel or for a carrier board that you design yourself. See the Expansion Board Design Guide for the Intel® Joule™ Compute Module for more details.
Intel® Gen9LP features
- Gen9LP graphic engine can run at 450MHz or 650MHz according to model. See the model descriptions in the System on Module Overview.
- Intel 9th generation (Gen 9LP) graphics encoder / decoder engine
The Intel® Joule™ module contains an integrated Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 adapter.
Key System Technical Specifications
- Supported Target Operating System: Ubuntu* 16.04 Kernel 4.8.0
- Supported Development Operating System: Ubuntu* 16.04 Kernel 4.8.0
- Integrated Development Environment (IDE): Varies depending on the component tool in use. For more details, see below plus the release notes for individual component tools on Get Started.
This page provides downloadable documentation packages for all editions of Intel® Parallel Studio XE (Cluster, Composer, Professional).
The Intel® XDK provides a cross-development environment for creating Node.js* IoT applications that run on headless embedded Linux* systems. The tools used to assemble this environment within the Intel® XDK are standard open-source tools. This article provides a starting point for assembling a similar set of tools for developing Node.js applications on headless IoT Linux devices.
Intel® XDK IoT Development Components
That part of the Intel® XDK that supports IoT application development includes the following key functional elements:
We have updated the installation path structure in Intel® MPI Library 2019. If you encounter problems related to this change, use the attached script to restore the legacy path structure while you update your code to utilize the new path structure.