The Google Coral board OS images are designed to be written directly to the board's eMMC memory therefore we can't create micro SD card images for the Coral. The instructions for imaging the Coral board can be found here https://coral.ai/docs/dev-board/get-started.
The Google Coral Dev Board is a new board from Goolge based on the quad core ARM NXP i.MX 8M SoC (quad Cortex-A53, Cortex-M4F) with 1GB of ram and 8GB eMMC Flash, Wireless and 1Gbit network and USB 3.0.
The on-board Edge TPU coprocessor is capable of performing 4 trillion operations (tera-operations) per second (TOPS), using 0.5 watts for each TOPS (2 TOPS per watt). For example, it can execute state-of-the-art mobile vision models such as MobileNet v2 at 400 FPS, in a power efficient manner.
The Pico 3 is our most popular model! I now comes in multiple flavors to better suit your budget. The Pico 3 Google Coral is designed to cluster 3 Google Coral Dev boards together to run a variety of software from web servers and database, to Big Data and NoSQL software. One of our most popular uses is with container managers like Docker Swarm or Kubernetes.
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See our PicoCluster Buyers Guide for more information.
The memory cards are imaged with the standard PicoCluster Cluster Image Set. The Image set can be upgrade with an Application Image Set like Hadoop, or additional Application Image Sets can be purchase separately.
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