Power up your Project with the AI Core XM2280

Power up your Project with the AI Core XM2280

The AI Core XM2280 features two Intel Movidius Myriad X VPUs and is the first AI module from AAEON built to the m.2 standard.

AAEON, an industry leader in AI Edge computing solutions, announces the release of the AI Core XM2280, expanding the family of UP AI Core X modules powered by Intel Movidius Myriad X. The AI Core XM2280 is the first in a series of AI modules from AAEON built to the m.2 standard, and features two Myriad X VPUs.

The AI Core XM2280 is a compact solution that brings a significant upgrade in power. Equipped with two Intel Movidius Myriad X VPUs, the AI Core XM2280 is capable of up to 200 fps (160 typical) and over 2 trillion floating point operations per second as a dedicated neural network accelerator. The AI Core XM2280 is compatible with Intel’s OpenVINO tool kit and supports Tensorflow and Caffe frameworks.

The Myriad X sips energy, so the AI Core XM2280 won’t sacrifice battery life for power in your mobile applications. Its compact m.2 22×80 mm form factor allows it to fit into confined spaces. The AI Core XM2280 is perfect for bringing AI edge computing to projects such as drones, autonomous vehicles and remote camera sensors.


  • Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ X VPU
  • 2x MYDX on M.2 2280 B+M key
  • Intel® Vision Accelerator Design SW SDK
  • Supported Framework: TensorFlow, Caffe, MXNET
  • Ubuntu 16.04, Windows® 10

AAEON is committed to providing complete AI solutions, and the AI Core XM2280 is no exception. Combined with products from our Up brand, such as the Up Extreme, the AI Core XM2280 offers a compact, flexible way to power up your project with AI edge computing. Look for more news from AAEON as we continue to expand the AI Core X and AI Core XM family with more new products planned for Q2 of 2019. Be sure to also visit Up-Board.org to learn more about how AI Core XM can power your projects.

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