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AMD G Series GX-210JA SoC APU unveiled

Posted: 01 Aug 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:AMD  GX-210JA  APU  x86 SoC  Embedded G-Series 

AMD has introduced a low-power accelerated processing unit (APU) in the AMD G-Series SoC family that cuts x86 power requirements for embedded designs. According to the firm, the GX-210JA APU, a full SoC design, uses one-third less energy than the previous low-power Embedded G-Series SoC product while delivering industry-leading graphics capabilities.

At only 6W maximum thermal design power (TDP), and about 3W expected average power, this member of the G-Series SoC family will enable additional fanless designs for a variety of applications ranging from industrial controls and automation, digital gaming, communications infrastructure and visual embedded products including thin client, digital signage and medical imaging.

With ever faster product design cycle times, engineers are under pressure to quickly deliver compelling solutions to meet fast-paced market dynamics. Engineers need scalable, energy-efficient embedded processing solutions with robust I/O from a proven vendor that combine cutting-edge technology and easy integration with peripheral components to create purpose-built solutions.

The company's APU family includes enterprise-class error-correction code (ECC) memory support; industrial temperature range of -40°C to 85°C and available with dual- or quad-core CPUs; discrete-class AMD Radeon GPU and integrated I/O controller.

The AMD Embedded G-Series SOC platform, including the GX-210JA, is shipping.





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