AMD today announced the expansion of the AMD Ryzen Embedded ecosystem with two new AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 low-power processors that provide a new TDP range of 6 up to 10 watts.
In April 2019, AMD launched an expansion to the Ryzen Embedded processor lineup with the AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC. Built on “Zen” CPU and Radeon “Vega” graphics cores, the Ryzen Embedded R1000 processor delivers 3X better CPU performance per watt compared to the previous generation AMD R-series Embedded processor. AMD also claims that the new processor offers 4X better CPU and graphics performance per dollar than the Intel Core i3-7100U (Kaby Lake), based on 3DMark11 benchmarks.
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The AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 family now includes two new processors designed for efficient power envelopes, the Ryzen Embedded R1102G and R1305G processors. The new processors scale from 6 up to 10 watts of TDP respectively, while also giving AMD's customers the ability to reduce system costs with less memory DIMMS and lower power requirements. With this low power envelope, these embedded processors can power fanless systems. These two new processors are expected to be available for order at the end of March.
Companies adopting the Ryzen Embedded R1102G and R1305G include Kontron with a scalable mini-ITX platform and Simply NUC with a new mini PC unit called Red Oak, which offers affordable mainstream performance solutions with a cost optimized feature set to its lineup of Ryzen Embedded based Mini PCs.