AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced availability of the new AMD Embedded G-Series processor based on AMD Fusion technology, the world’s first and only Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) for embedded systems. The new G-Series processor is the new low-power, x86 CPU based on the “Bobcat” core with DirectX® 11-capable GPU and parallel processing engine on a single piece of silicon.
AMD Embedded G-Series APU Specifications
- 1 or 2 x86 “Bobcat” CPU cores with 1MB L2 cache, 64-bit Floating Point Unit
- Up to 1.6GHz
- 9W and 18W TDP
- Array of SIMD Engines
- DirectX® 11 capable graphics
- Industry-leading 3D and graphics processing
- 3rd Generation Unified Video Decoder
- Power management features, including C6 and power gating
- DDR3 800-1066 memory with support for 64 bit channel and 2 DIMMs
- Ball Grid Array (BGA) package
- 890mm² physical footprint, including the AMD Fusion I/O Controller Hub
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