AMD refreshes Ryzen Embedded line with R2000 series

ADVANCED WORLD A new generation of Ryzen CPUs from AMD is being introduced to the market for embedded applications, promising more CPU cores,

improved integrated graphics, and extended I/O connections to power products like IoT devices and thin clients.

Importantly, AMD intends to keep the R2000 Series in production for up to 10 years, giving OEM clients a roadmap for long-lifecycle support.

This is a crucial point since embedded system components may be used for longer durations than the average three to five-year lifespan of business laptops and servers.

The Ryzen Embedded R2000 Series is a second-generation of AMD's mid-range system-on-chip (SoC) processors

that combine CPU cores and Radeon graphics and are intended for a variety of embedded applications, including industrial and robotic gear,

machine vision, IoT, and thin client devices. R1000, the first, was released in 2019.

The R2000s, which have SoCs with up to four "Zen+" CPU cores and up to eight Radeon graphic compute units, were shown today at

 the Embedded World 2022 conference in Nuremberg, Germany (CUs). In the prior R1000 family, there were two Zen cores and three compute units.


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