AMD releases Ryzen Embedded 7000 series processors
AMD has announced the launch of the Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series processors, meticulously optimized to meet the high-performance demands of the industrial market. Leveraging the Zen 4 architecture cores and integrated Radeon graphics, this series offers enhanced performance and functionality for the embedded market. Coupled with various expansions and integrated features, it stands as the ideal choice for a myriad of embedded applications, including industrial automation, machine vision, robotics, and edge servers.
The Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series marks the debut of the first 5nm process technology in embedded processors, boasting an impressive 7-year availability support. This caters to the longevity and support requirements typical in embedded applications. AMD highlights that the increasing complexity and sophistication of industrial applications have spurred the demand for higher processing capabilities. The new products offer up to 12 cores built on the Zen 4 architecture, combined with extensive operating system compatibility, key performance features, and scalable design support, providing system designers with unparalleled integration convenience.
Features of the Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series processors include:
- – Based on the Zen 4 architecture, offering 6 to 12 high-performance CPU cores.
- – Integrated Radeon graphics based on the RNDA2 architecture, featuring a set of WGP with a peak frequency of 2.20 GHz.
- – Utilizes the AM5 socket.
- – Thermal Design Power (TDP) ranging between 65W to 105W.
- – Supports dual-channel ECC DDR5 memory, with speeds up to 5200 MT/s.
- – Provides up to 28 PCIe 5.0 lanes.
- – Capable of supporting four 4K@60Hz display outputs.
Several manufacturers have prepared new motherboards for the Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series processors, aiming to meet the diverse needs of the market.