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The 855 appears to be an ARMv8 chip, so provided you have an OS that supports that, and is supported by ROS, you should be able to run your nodes on it, yes.

And just making sure: you don't "run ROS on X", you run ROS nodes (ie: binaries) on a system with some OS. So as long as you have a supported OS running on your platform (Ubuntu, Debian, WebOS, Windows10 even) you should be able to run ROS on it.

The 855 appears to be an ARMv8 chip, chip (wikichip), so provided you have an OS that supports that, and is supported by ROS, you should be able to run your nodes on it, yes.

And just making sure: you don't "run ROS on X", you run ROS nodes (ie: binaries) on a system with some OS. So as long as you have a supported OS running on your platform (Ubuntu, Debian, WebOS, Windows10 even) you should be able to run ROS on it.