At the Smart Production Solutions 2023 expo, AMD officially introduced the Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series processors for the next generation of computing prowess in embedded solutions.
Primarily targeted at industrial markets with a demand for robust processing in compact and sometimes portable form factors, the new Zen-4-based SKUs, featuring RDNA 2 integrated GPU, promise unprecedented performance. This is made possible by the cutting-edge 5nm fabrication technology, supported by a 7-year manufacturing availability commitment.
This enhanced performance brings forth a multitude of possibilities in the realms of industrial automation, machine vision, robotics, and edge servers.
The product lineup maintains compatibility with various underlying operating systems, such as Windows and Linux including the latest additions of Windows 10 and Windows 11, providing users with more choices moving forward.
Among the 5 SKUs unveiled initially, there isn’t a singular “true flagship” therefore clients have the flexibility to choose between higher clock speeds or more cores based on the specific requirements of their workloads.
|Base Clock/Boost Clock (GHz)||L2/L3 Cache (MB)||Max DDR5 Frequency (MT/s) [ECC Support]||TDP|
1WGP @ Max 2.2GHz
Mass production for the AMD Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series processors is currently underway and will be on the shelves once they are ready for commercial sales.