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AMD Expands Embedded Product Family With New Ryzen Embedded R1000 Series


The Ryzen Embedded R1000 Series processors promise higher performance per watt to power the ever-growing need for high-performance low power embedded solutions. Companies such as Atari will use the new R1000 series to power its upcoming Atari VCS game system.

The AMD Ryzen™ Embedded R1000 SoC provides a new class of performance for the embedded industry with 3X performance per watt vs. previous AMD R-Series SoC and 4X performance per dollar compared to the competition.

At the Taiwan Embedded Forum, AMD announced that the Ryzen embedded family is growing with the new Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC. The new R1000 SoC is building on the success of the Embedded V1000 SoC. AMD’s R1000 SoC provides dual-core, quad-threaded performance, as well as the ability to run fanless. Perfect for low power solutions for things such as 4k displays, while also providing leading-edge security features. The AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 is also perfect for high-performance edge computing, networking, thin clients and more.

AMD already has clients such as Advantech, Asrock Industrial, IBASE, Netronome, Quixant and others working on Ryzen Embedded R1000 products.

Ryzen Embedded R1000 Series Specs


Dual 10-Gigabit Ethernet

Model TDP Range Core/Thread Count GPU CU (SIMD) Ind. Displays L2 Cache L3 Cache Max DDR4 Rate Base Freq. GHz 1T Boost Freq. GHz GPU Freq. GHz Dual Ethernet Ports
R1606G 12-25W 2/4 3 3 1MB 4MB 2400 2.6 3.5 1.2 10Gb
R1505G 12-25W 2/4 3 3 1MB 4MB 2400 2.4 3.3 1.0 10Gb

The R1606G and the R1505G can drive up to 3, 4k displays at 60 fps with 3 independent DisplayPort 1.4 connections. They also support HDMI 2.0b. The R-series processors also come equipped with Dual 10Gb Ethernet Ports. Both processors have the same L2 and L3 cache which is 1MB for the L2 and 4MB for the L3 Cache. They also both support DDR4 2400MHz memory.

Both these parts have a TDP range of 12-25W with the default TDP being 15W. Their customers can adjust and tune these low power parts within the 12-25W range to suit their specific application needs.

The R1606G has a base frequency of 2.6GHz with a boost frequency of 3.5GHz while the GPU has a frequency of 1.2GHz.

The R1505G has a base frequency of 2.4GHz with a boost frequency of 3.3GHz while the GPU has a frequency of 1.0GHz.

AMD is claiming that it’s new R1000 Series is x3 times faster than its 2015 model and x4 faster than team blues i3-7100U.

Availibility


The new AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 Series is going to be available this quarter to ODMs and OEMs worldwide. It is already supported by many hardware and software companies.

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