Mochabin-5G SBC提供10GBE,WiFi 6,5G,价格为$ 159及以上(众筹)

Globalscale Technologies has a follow-up to their low-costESPRESSOBin SBCbased on Marvell Armada 3700LP SoC. The MochaBin-5G SBC is powered by a Marvell Armada 7040 quad-core Cortex-A72 processor, and offers 10GbE networking for as little as $159, with as well as optional WiFi 6 and 5G connectivity.

单板计算机配备了16GB EMMC闪光灯,最高8GB DDR4,以及许多具有多个以太网端口的高速界面,USB 3.0端口,M.2 sata和cellular的插座以及用于Wi-Fi和Wi-Fi的迷你PCIE和蓝牙连接。

Mochabin 5G SBC MochaBin-5G specifications:

  • SoC –Marvell Armada 7040quad-core Corex-A72 processor @ up to 1.4GHz
  • 系统内存 - 4GB或8GB DDR4(焊接)
  • Storage – 16GB eMMC flash, 4MB SPI NOR flash for bootloader, SATA connector, M.2 2280 socket for SATA III SSD
  • Networking
    • 1x 10GbE SFP+, 1x 1GbE SFP (via 88E1512 PHY)
    • 4x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 LAN ports via Topaz 88E6141 switch
    • 1x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 WAN port (via 88E1512 PHY) with PoE support; Note: multiplexed with 1GbE SFP, so only one can be used at any time
    • 可选的4G或5G细胞连接通过M.2 2250插座加上SIM卡插槽
    • OptionalNXP 88Q9098based Mini PCIe wireless card for 802.11ax WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5
  • USB – 2x USB3.0
  • Expansion – 16-pin MikroBUS header for GPS, and other expansion and accessories
  • HW Security – Microchip ATECC608B secure element
  • Debugging – 10-pin JTAG header, micro USB port for serial console
  • Misc – Power button, RTC with CR2032 battery holder, 12V fan header, various LEDs, boot and CPU speed selection jumpers
  • Power Supply – 12V DC or PoE
  • Dimensions – TBD

Low cost 10GbE SBC block diagram

The MochaBin-5G board ships with either Ubuntu or OpenWrt, with the latter maintained bySarturawho also work on mainlining Linux for the board, and relies on their own副本一个构建系统to provide the OpenWrt image. Another software partner of Globalscale Technologies isCubbitCellis a distributed NAS company, introduced theCubbit distributed cloud storage solutionon Kickstarter about two years ago. Cubbit will ship in a NAS version of MochaBin-5G board with a 2TB to 6TB NAS grade HDD.

OpenWrt software development progress is visible publicly with aSartura的最新提交adding Globalscale MOCHAbin to OpenWrt, and which was discussed in a thread inOpenWRT论坛

Mochabin-5G外壳
Mochabin-5G外壳

Globalscale has recently launched the Mochabin-5G SBCon Kickstarter with a lowly $6,500 funding goal那已经超过了。只有4GB的20块板上有一只110美元的超级早鸟,但并没有持续很长时间。现在,最便宜的奖励是带有4GB RAM,12V PSU,一个塑料外壳和Ubuntu预装的159美元的“ Mochabin Standard早鸟”。如果您想预装OpenWrt,则需要保证$ 225购买“ Mochabin Firewall”系统,该系统还包含WiFi 6和Bluetooth 5.0 Mini PCIE卡。Cubbit动力的“ Mochabin NAS”进一步增加了2TB NA,其中1TB可用,总计450美元,而“ Mochabin Ultimate”提供了10GBE,WIFI 6和5G连接性,售价为549美元,供您使用Ubuntu Predaded。Kickstarter上的一些措辞令人困惑,因此描述中可能存在一些错误。运输向美国增加了20美元,为世界其他地区增加了30美元,由于计划于2022年5月/6月开始运输,因此支持者需要耐心等待。

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Ian Tester
1month ago

Nice seeing the SFP+ port, but there’s only two SATA ports. And one goes to an M.2 socket. Is this meant to just be a fancy network router?

TLS
TLS
1month ago

What’s the point of a single 10Gbps port? A router needs more than one fast port.

Lanefu
Lanefu
1month ago
TLS

Trunking. Router on a stick pattern. Fine use case for that.

Devman
1month ago

Keep in mind these were the guys that shovelled out theESPRESSOBin and hoped that someone else would deal with the actual support. I still have my 4gb “super ESPRESSOBin” and after all this time it’s still not stable and there is no support for the advertized 1.2ghz (which was a lie, as the chip they shipped was not specced for it)

DGP
DGP
1month ago

什么对您不稳定?除了以太网开关时,我在重新启动网络时弄乱了我的网络,我有两个人多年来作为我的网关,防火墙等。
唯一的问题是,他们慢hell and whether they would boot again after building a new kernel was a real ache (generic arm issue, not specific to these boards). I replaced them with two odriod h2s.

Jens Bauer
Jens Bauer
1month ago
DGP

意式浓缩酚可以随机重置或锁定。非常适合服务器。

DGP
DGP
1month ago

Mine didn’t… I had them mounted to big aluminium blocks without any fans.

Jens Bauer
Jens Bauer
1month ago
DGP

I bought two, one of them doesn’t work properly, it randomly resets. I’ve read about others having similar problems. I could communicate fine with Globalscale until I started having problems, then they stopped answering me. A great way of making sure customers will never return.

Lanefu
Lanefu
1month ago

Yeah… I ended up feeling guilty when I told some friends to get one. Was gonna make a NAS for a family member with one and then never felt confident enough.

Theguyuk
Theguyuk
1month ago

Enjoy the professional Orange Pi experience, you been pie faced

保罗
保罗
1month ago

100%同意,GlobalsCale Technologies非常糟糕。我部分地指责马尔维尔,他们需要停止与他们合作在这样的项目上。

Gandalf
1month ago

可能使Marvell Soc设备到处都是的问题并非针对全球范围的技术,而是针对所有获得这些委员会的董事会!
Mainlining hardware is a long time process…
Manufacturer as a short timeline with quick EOS…

保罗
保罗
1month ago

This is not true. I work at a telco and we developed a board with Methode Electronics based on the same SoC (Armada 3720), and didn’t have any of the problems the Espressobin did. We hired Sartura (who thankfully Globalscale seems to be working with this time around) to mainline the device, and they mainlined it in Linux, uBoot and OpenWRT within ~6 months.

Jens Bauer
Jens Bauer
1month ago

不购买anythingfrom them ever again.
Once a product is in your hands, there’s no way you can return it or get your money back if it’s faulty. Just avoid them.
我改用ClearFog CX LX2!

威利
威利
1month ago

Well, be *extremely* careful about Clearfog CX LX2. I’ve ordered two Honeycomb LX2 boards on 23 May. They’re still on hold. Yes, 4.5 months ago! And the worst about it is that they will never provide any information if you don’t seriously insist. I can accept any delivery issue, component shortage or whatever, but here they will never tell you anything upfront. You have to ask again and again and again. At some point they’ll tell you “you don’t need to ask us all the time, we’ll let you know when there are news” (except they don’t). After insisting theyRead more »

Theguyuk
Theguyuk
1month ago

威利,不要错,我没有攻击你。但是,不要成为一个好受害者,成为一个非常不满意的付费客户!

Demand your money back , did the way you paid have a means to recover the money?
Sell your story to a magazine or journal that serves that industry! If thats not you, fair enough, just Western union wire transfer me, $600 dollars and will send you one! But there maybe a long, long, long wait for a part

威利
威利
1month ago

I’m not trying to make them bad publicity or anything like this, nor to get the money back until I have any other product to buy in exchange. I’m looking for a platform like this to develop thread-optimized algorithms. I’d prefer the AVA platform but for now it’s not yet on sale. Of course if AVA was already available, you can bet that the order would already be cancelled. But for now my sole hope is that this finally arrives. However it’s not a reason for not warning others about SolidRun’s totally unacceptable lack of communication and the risk aboutRead more »

Jens Bauer
Jens Bauer
1month ago

Thanks for letting me know.
I’ll take your advice and ask them in advance.

Theguyuk
Theguyuk
1month ago

Welcome to the Orange Pi experience

Jens Bauer
Jens Bauer
1month ago

Thankyou, heh. =)
I stopped purchasing from China over a year ago, so I’m a bit happier these days.
-I’ve also set up my two Raspberry Pi 4B to use swap over network (though if you go on SmackOverflow, you’ll see that it’s not possible – I found out that after I did it).
After setting up a swap over NFS, I can compile large sources, which would not build on my 1GB Pi 4B before (I forgot if it was Linux or if it was GCC that failed; it’s been a while).

back2future
back2future
1month ago

[是的,一些(罕见的)错误答案甚至从其团体中获得更高的投票(如果没有自己的经验或可能的话,可以更好地检查替代信息)]
But take care with exposing memory content to (public) networks, etc. (?, if security is prime, local swap or compressed ram parts are useful for that, too)

megous
1month ago

我很高兴与我的Orange Pis, HW is still working fine, after years of 24/7 usage. Software, I have to maintain myself, but I didn’t expect otherwise.

Salvador
Salvador
1month ago

This look like an amazing hw for the price. I understand the concerns on support… but the price/specs are insane.

Theguyuk
Theguyuk
1month ago

Orange Pi boards so cheap, who needs support !

威利
威利
1month ago

Solidrun’s Macchiatobin is not much more expensive and has much more interesting specs by using a 8040 that offers twice as many SERDES lanes (i.e. SATA + extra 10GE ports). They’ll also soon have the new clearfog based on CN913x that will offer one 10Ge port in the clearfog tiny enclosure. I’m really interested by this one but I won’t order anything from them anymore before they promise me they really have it in stock.

Jens Bauer
Jens Bauer
1month ago

“Solidrun’s Macchiatobin”
-I second that!
ClearFog GT8K is also a candidate; it has MiniPCIe, which could be used for Marvell based SATA interfaces. One could use the GbE for WAN and 10Gbit for LAN on ‘slow’ networks. Apart from that it might do well when creating a small build-farm (it supports up to 16GB SODIMM).
-But the MacchiatoBin is a pretty valuable board, since it adds PCIe and built-in SATA.

John Batt
John Batt
1month ago

Am I missing something? There is no HDMI or display port mentioned in the specs.

solipso
solipso
1month ago

似乎很有价值。不幸的是,我向自己保证,我将永远不会碰到Marvell愿意再次品牌的任何东西。

威利
威利
1month ago

Marvell does great products. They just take time to be mainlined but they ultimately get really great support. They’re just totally retarded on the docs. They want you to sign NDAs to access 100-page docs that they call “datasheets” that are rarely sufficient to get proper support, which explains why the products start to work several years after being sold. It’s sad, as they have still not understood how documentation can help a whole community to fix issues and stabilize their platforms in much lower time, resulting in a better image and higher market share. I would definitely not useRead more »

Gandalf
1month ago

The problem is not at GlobalScaleTechnologies, the problem is the support of Marvell is a little too much silent on helping community developers !
like forcpufreq: armada-37xx: forbid cpufreq for 1.2 GHz variantissues.
But it is only my feeling, from years of experiment and use of the Marvell SOC, mainly on GlobalScaleTechnologies Boars.
Marvell SOC are too quickly EOS.

威利
威利
1month ago

我认为37 xx芯片是最糟糕的。我suspect they almost did not invest any money in it, and just made the silicon at dirt cheap investment by filling unused holes on existing silicon wafers and expected the community to write all the code for it and to debug it. A friend of mine ordered an Espressobin that was supposed to support “up to 1200 MHz”. It never reliably booted beyond 800. Clearly the chips were released too early and customers are part of the testing phase. Due to this I’m staying away from any 37xx chip, asRead more »

Adrian
1month ago

Swap the 4 copper ports for 10g versions and upgrade to wifi6e, I’ll buy it then.

莫勒
莫勒
1month ago

in this price range – now way

Maciej Eckstein
1month ago

我将是快速5G设备的理想板,但我认为如果正确阅读该图,他们确实犯了一个巨大的错误。M.2插槽仅在USB 2.0上连接。这没有任何意义,因为它将最大化300-320 Mbps的L2流量(480 Mbps USB限制,其开销)为何不连接在USB3.0上?

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