OpenEuler Has Successfully Adapted to
the LeapFive InFive Poros Development Board
Recently, the innovative version of OpenEuler RISC-V 23.03 has achieved successful compatibility with the LeapFive InFive Poros development board.
OpenEuler has been effectively adapted to run on the Poros board, and the XFCE desktop environment starts up without any issues. Various GUI applications including file systems, terminal emulators, and input methods run smoothly. Additionally, applications such as Chromium browser and LibreOffice are also supported. Currently, the graphical interface relies on LLVMpipe rendering, and LeapFive Technology plans to further optimize the GPU drivers in the future.
This adaptation not only provides openEuler with a broader hardware ecosystem but also demonstrates the support of the Poros development board for the domestic mainstream operating system ecosystem. It injects new vitality into the development of industry applications.
Features LeapFive InFive Poros
The LeapFive InFive Poros development board is based on the NB2 chip and is targeted towards energy, logistics, manufacturing, and other industries. It adopts a dual-layer structure with a core board and a base board. The core board integrates the RISC-V NB2 processor, 2/4/8GB DDR/LPDDR, 8/16/32GB eMMC, and 32MB QSPI NOR Flash. The base board includes Ethernet, Mini PCIe (supporting 4G modules), M.2E Key connector (supporting WIFI/BT modules), MIPI DSI, HDMI2.0, LVDS, 3.5mm audio jack, USB2.0/3.0, M.2M Key (supporting NVMe SSD hard drive), Micro SD card, PDM, I2S, I2C, UART, SPI, ADC, and other interfaces.
The NB2 chip is a high-end RISC-V flagship SoC developed by LeapFive Technology. This SoC integrates a four-core 64-bit RISC-V CPU with a maximum frequency of 1.8GHz, an AI engine with a maximum computing power of 4TOPs, and a 3D GPU with a maximum frequency of 850MHz. It supports 4K@30Hz MIPI display, hardware acceleration for 4K H.264/H.265 video encoding and decoding, Gigabit Ethernet MAC, and USB3.2 Host.