Some of you might already know that QNX isn’t only on the BlackBerry PlayBook. Some vehicles have digital instrument clusters that are QNX OS powered. Toshiba has just launched the Capricorn-H to address requirements such as performance, simplify system design and costs reduction, which is also be supported by QNX. These are some of the Capricorn-H features:

  • ARM Cortex-A9 multi-core processor
  • Dual output, five-plane display controller
  • 3D and 2D graphics engines
  • Dual programmable shader pipeline architecture
  • Support for displays up to 12.3″
  • 2MB embedded SRAM
  • 3-channel, full CAN bus transceiver
  • MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport) Media-LB interface
  • I2C, I2S, and USB interfaces

QNX developers, want to try out Capricorn-H? QNX has posted a board support package (BSP) on Foundry27, the QNX community portal, you can download it here. More info on Capricorn-H in the press release.

via OnQ