CM3 will use, I believe, the A53 instruction set (64bit processors like Pi3).ivomilev wrote:Maybe the roadmap of CM3 could be changed because of this: http://www.theverge.com/2016/6/14/11936 ... er-holding
Also I think CM is completely not recommended for any industrial design & product since there is no clear support and roadmap from the SoC supplier. For me, this is the most important when someone wants to design a product with long term support and possible upgrade in order to be rival with other ARM SoC vendors ( like Amlogic ). Current CM uses more than 10 years old ARM instruction set which makes simple NodeJS based application to load for 2-5sec. Just not good for real-time embedded projects. It is just a good toy for educational purposes
Is that up to date enough?
And to be honest, I not sure what embedded projects you are thinking off that need that sort of power (or the 16GB of NAND mentioned above, what the heck? Learn to write better smaller and optimised code code, that what being a decent embedded engineer is all about!), but it must be pretty unusual. Most embedded devices I have worked on hardly task an Armv6!
And why are you using NodeJS for real time projects? That seems....odd.....