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NOTICE

Due to the modular nature of this project, it requires several parts to create a working device.  Unfortunately due to the restrictions of this site, we are unable to run two simultaneous campaigns to allow you to customize your product.  As a result we can only list several pre-configured packages here.  If you would like to fully customize your device, feel free to visit our website for the most versatile purchase experience.

This will be better understood as you read further...


OVERVIEW

So you just purchased a Raspberry Pi (or any similar board) and after using it for a while you wish that one aspect or another could be bigger, faster, or different.  If this board was like a traditional motherboard, you could simply swap the RAM, hard drive, CPU, or just about any other part to achieve the desired results.  Unfortunately, the embedded space does not have these abilities and so you are stuck with whatever the manufacturer has decided to include, whether that be for cost or space constraints.  Of course you could simply wait a year or two until a new version comes out, then pay another $35+ for that circuit board and hope that it includes whatever you are looking for.  At least until now...  Introducing the first embedded board that has a lot of options to upgrade - say hello to the 'PiClone'!

Our engineers have spent countless hours researching and tweaking the design to bring the best of the "PC World" to the embedded space. Similar to a "ZIF Socket", we have placed the CPU and RAM on its own board, called a "Cell", which can be swapped at any time for one that best suits the application.  The "Cell" is plugged into a larger board that defines its role, called a "Node", which in this case is a Raspberry Pi clone.  Further customization is handled through additional boards called "Widgets" and encompasses networking, wireless, eMMC, and SD Cards.  Think of these as the peripherals that you plug into your motherboard, including networking cards, sound cards, etc.  Why not call them peripherals?  The answer is two fold.  First, there is a major difference in size and connections. "Widgets" do not use PCIe and are very small, typically around 10x15mm.  Second, some of our "Cells" actually have the ability to use PCIe peripherial cards and we couldn't give the same label to two different types of supplemental boards!

When a new Raspberry Pi clone hits the market, the first questions asked are "What are the specs?" and "What is the price?"  Due to the nature of our design, both questions can be answered with "it depends on your budget and needs."  Our lowest "Cell" offerings are competetive in both categories with the original Raspberry Pi, while our high-end versions provide superior capabilities at great prices!  Before covering the specifications though, we would like to highlight a couple of key points first...

1. The future of the embedded space

That's a bold claim!  But after reading all of these points, we are confident that most others will agree to that statement.  Our company is dedicated to being open and transparent.  As such, our intention is to open the connection specs between the "Node", "Cells", and "Widgets" within 6 months of initial sales, to the public so third parties can fully, and freely, build into this platform.  Doing so should help transform the embedded space from being a fixed design to a modular design, much like the PC market is today where you can individually buy all your components from whomever you want, if you choose to do so.

NOTE: Priority users get their boards 30 days before the general public

2. Less costly to upgrade (reduced TCO)

Most people get excited for the next release of their beloved board, even though they have just been charged the same price or more, once again, for a handful of upgraded components.  Meaning, if the upgrade is only one or two adjustments such as a slightly bigger CPU and faster wifi, all the rest of the board and its components have to be purchased again because it is an all-in-one design.  We have made most aspects modular and as a result, if you want a faster processor, buy a faster processor for its cost only, not all the rest of the board.  Or perhaps you are working on a project that requires wifi but no wired networking.  No problem - don't pay for it!  How about an application preventing any type of networking due to security measures or power constraints?  No problem - save by eliminating a wireless and wired networking "Widget"!  A new wifi standard came out and I would like to upgrade.  No problem - purchase and install a new wireless "Widget" instead of the whole board!  These are just a handful of situations where being modular will save you money.

3. Saves your investment

If you really had to replace a Raspberry Pi, it wouldn't be the end of the world.  It is only $35 afterall.  But what if you purchased a $200+ board and the connections started to wear out from usage?  That is a little more painful to the budget.  And all because a $2 connection is failing.  This is because the high cost of these boards are isolated into just two major components - the processor and RAM. Once again, our modular design would be a life saver!  And even at less of a cost than to replace a Raspberry Pi!  How does purchasing a brand new $30 "Node" and migrating your perfectly working $200+ "Cell" to it compare against having to buy the entire $200+ board again?

Another situation that can commonly arise is that people want something new or different at some point in the future.  Now you either have to let the investment that you already made dwindle into nothing as the board sits on your shelf in the basement, or you have to find some outlet where people can sell their used equipment.  How about having the peace of mind knowing that whatever you buy from us can be resold directly on our website to the numerous eyes that visit on a daily basis?  Not only does this save you time and hassle, but it also puts money back in your pocket toward your new purchase!

4. IoT is exploding

You may have heard this term and not realized what it means or its significance.  IoT is short for "Internet of Things" and it relates to all the little gadgets that you see popping up everywhere and includes things like door bell ringers, lights, and even refrigerators! According to Computer World (and most others), IoT is set to be the next multi-trillion dollar industry by 2020!  How do our projects fit into all of this?  Simple!  The "Cells" that we (or any third party) produce are small in size (measuring 20x30mm) which makes them ideal candidates for powering the devices and gadgets of tomorrow.  Additionally, the Raspberry Pi has a well established history of being the board of choice when working on embedded projects - and our first "Node" is a clone of that board.

5. Great for third party developers

As time passes we will continue to release new "Cells", "Nodes", and "Widgets" to cover the vast array of use-case scenarios that people and businesses face daily.  We can not, obviously, produce something that will fit every situation.  However, third parties can easily fill that void and produce whatever they like to resolve the issue at hand.  And it doesn't matter which of these boards is being produced, all of the other parts are already available to assemble a complete working product, making your time to market shorter and less expensive!  What's more is that we invite any third party developers to sell directly to customers from our own website!

6. Reusable parts

Unlike our competition, the various parts that make up a product can be repurposed into other projects at any time. So lets say that you purchased a high-end "Cell" and the Raspberry Pi Clone "Node" to use as a router.  At some point in the future we release an actual "Node" designed to function as a router.  You can simply purchase the new "Node" for $20 and migrate your expensive "Cell" over to it, freeing up your RPi Clone "Node".  Now you have several options that you can take with the remaining board which include: purchasing another (cheaper) "Cell" so that it can now be used for some other project, you can sell it on our website (or wherever else), or perhaps you would like to donate it to an organization to help those in need or people in third-world countries.

7. Less overall waste

Humans produce an inordinate amount of trash daily.  As time has passed and technology has increased, a portion of that trash has become the electronics we no longer want, need, or desire which ultimately makes it into a landfill at some point.  We have discussed ways above that will help reduce that waste including selling, donating, or re-using parts, but at some point, some of this is going to make it in the trash - it's unavoidable.  We are confident, however, that since we have introduced this modular design along with the ability to easily get rid of the unwanted items, the amount of waste that does make it into these dumps will be minimal.

But wait, there's more to the story than just landfill waste!  What about the inefficient power usage from yesterdays electronics?  This can quickly add up when you take into account the global consumption of power to make all of our electronics work.  Thankfully as technology has gotten better over time, so has its efficiency.  Think about the (grand)parents of the world that use a computer to simply browse the Internet, write an email or two, and then leave the machine running for the rest of the day!  While we can not prevent people from their routines, we can help introduce products that consume a very small amount of power while they are running.  Take for instance your typical desktop computer that ships with a 200-300 Watt power supply and compare it against the 10-30 Watt counter part that drives our products.  While those figures are not what gets used when the device is sitting idle, we can say that the power consumption between the two is still as far apart as the figures shown.

8. Transparency

As technology has has increased over the years, thankfully there has been a push for openness and transparency. Not only does this help to prevent vendor lock-in, but also enables individuals and organizations to tailor the product to their needs if required while allowing for auditing of security and other measures. As an added bonus, most of the time software released as open source tends to also be free monetarily. Because we are dedicated to being open and transparent, our official operating system for the boards will be a Linux distro known as XiniX (currently in developement). And while all the hardware that works in this eco system is pretty basic and does not rely on a BIOS, once we move on towards boards that do require a more complex boot process, we will be shipping with CoreBoot. Lastly, we are going to release the interconnect specs for these boards so third parties can also create hardware that will work with our specs!


SPECIFICATIONS

Pi Clone "Node" Connections

  • 3.5mm     x1    Headphone jack (Allwinner)
  • CSI           x1    MIPI Camera interface (Allwinner)
  • DSI           x1    MIPI Display interface (None Yet)
  • GPIO        x1    Uses standard Raspberry Pi GPIO
  • HDMI       x1    Display out (Allwinner)
  • Network  x1    Depends on connected NIC Widget
  • Power      x1    USB Type C connector up to 100Watts
  • SATA        x1    As headers (Marvell)
  • USB         x4    In the rear
  • Wifi          x1    Depends on connected wifi Widget

Common "Cell" Exports

  • eMMC    x1    Solid state storage
  • GPIO      x5    Additional IO with the SoC
  • I2C         x1    Connection for items like buzzers and sensors
  • PWM      x1    Connection for power manipulation
  • SPDIF    x1    The digital audio interconnect typically as RCA or fibre optic
  • TDM       x1    Useful for devices utilizing VoIP technology
  • USB       x2    Universal Serial Bus 2.0 hosts
  • Wifi        x1    The port used for wireless communications including bluetooth and wifi

Allwinner H3 "Cell"

  • CPU                 Allwinner A7 ARM Quad Core 1.3Ghz
  • RAM                512MB DDR2
  • Networking   10/100/1000Mb
  • HDMI              1.4 with HDCP 1.2
  • IR                     InfraRed
  • LINEIN            Audio in
  • LINEOUT        Audio out
  • MIC                 Analog microphone
  • MIPI CSI         5M Parallel CMOS
  • SD/TF             1x Secure Digital storage
  • SPI                  2x Serial Peripheral Interface
  • UART              4x Legacy bus used by PS/2 mice, modems, etc
  • USB 2.0         1x Host, 1x Host/Device

Allwinner H5 "Cell"

  • CPU                Allwinner A53 ARM Quad Core 1.5Ghz
  • RAM               1GB DDR2
  • Networking   10/100/1000Mb
  • HDMI              1.4 with HDCP 1.2
  • IR                     InfraRed
  • LINEIN            Audio in
  • LINEOUT        Audio out
  • MIC                 Analog microphone
  • MIPI CSI         5M Parallel CMOS
  • SD/TF             1x Secure Digital storage
  • SPI                  2x Serial Peripheral Interface
  • UART              4x Legacy bus used by PS/2 mice, modems, etc
  • USB 2.0         1x Host, 1x Host/Device

Marvell 6820 "Cell"

  • CPU                 Marvell A9 ARM Dual Core 2.0Ghz
  • RAM                2GB DDR3
  • Networking   10/100/1000Mb
  •                          2.5Gb high speed
  • PCIe 2.0 x1    1x rated at 4Gbit/sec (500MB/sec)
  • SATA 3.0        2x SATA bus rated at 4.8Gbit/sec (600MB/sec)
  • SD/TF             2x Secure Digital storage
  • UART               2x Legacy bus used by PS/2 mice, modems, etc
  • USB 3.0          2x rated at 5Gbit/sec (625MB/sec); 1x as Host/Device

Marvell 7040 "Cell"

  • CPU                 Marvell A72 ARM Quad Core 1.4Ghz
  • RAM                4GB DDR4
  • Networking   10/100/1000Mb
  •                          2.5Gb high speed
  •                          10Gb high speed
  • PCIe 3.0 x1    1x rated at 8Gbit/sec (985MB/sec)
  • SATA 3.0        2x SATA bus rated at 4.8Gbit/sec (600MB/sec)
  • SD/TF             2x Secure Digital storage
  • UART               2x Legacy bus used by PS/2 mice, modems, etc
  • USB 3.0          2x rated at 5Gbit/sec (625MB/sec); 1x as Host/Device

IMAGES


RENDERINGS 

Unfortunately due to the restrictions of this site, we are unable to display renderings of the project here.  To see what this looks like when the Cell and Node are attached to one another, please visit our website.

 Please note that the renderings found there are just to give a general idea. The connectors shown are not necessarily the correct versions or in the correct position, nor are all present. 

Risks and challenges

We have spent months working on this project and have resolved all challenges encountered thus far. Our latest issue is finding board inner-connects that will support the bandwidth necessary for the various high speed interfaces such as HDMI and PCIe while being able to handle adequate power and grounding. It looks like we have found a set, but we are in discussions with the manufacturer to verify. Afterwards, we will be searching for power regulators that work with all of the SoC's we intend to sell.

Our last challenge, will be figuring out the MIPI interfaces - specifically the CSI variant. Of the two SoC manufacturers we have a relationship with currently, only one supports that interface on the SoC. To make sure we have a proper design that is flexible enough for other SoC's we have started to reach out to a third manufacturer to obtain several of their datasheets for comparison.

It is important to note that at this stage of development we have resolved all major challenges and are just in search of the remaining two hardware components to lock-in. There is nothing that will prevent this project from going into production aside from lack of funding. We anticipate about 3 weeks to wrap up the outstanding issues covered above, but will obviously relay any delays as they are encountered.

As a final note, we do anticipate that the cost of one or more boards will change after our crowd funding efforts, but the overall price of a complete product will most likely remain the same or have a slight increase. Our design inherently is more costly due to the feature sets of our boards which include: swap-able components, USB Type-C power, and a SATA connector.

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Long-lasting design

We use high quality parts to ensure a long life span of the electronics themselves. Additionally, the various parts can be reused in different projects by the owner or another person.

Reusability and recyclability

As mentioned above, we have intentionally engineered our products to be modular in design and therefore reusable. In the sense of disposal, there is nothing more recyclable about our parts than any other electronics.

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