AMD prepares its R-Series APUs Trinity for the industrial segment
Recently, AMD is betting big on the industrial segment by introducing products for mission-critical applications, defense, security, aviation, among others, as well as getting certification for the operating systems in such areas as dominant Integrity Real-Time Operating System and recently for Windows Embedded Compact 7 Real-Time Operating System .
Thanks to a document was was in the AMD website for a few hours (which was subsequently removed), we learned that AMD plans to introduce its new APU R-Series, which will be based in the Trinity core, and will consist initially of two models: AMD R-464L (4 cores at 2.3GHz + Piledriver GPU Radeon HD 7660G) and R-272F (specifications are still unknown), both with a TDP of 35W and Radeon HD 7000 Series graphics (core architecture-based Thames VLIW4).
The paper also published some benchmark were the graphics core of the APU:
Is still unknown release date for these new APUs, but we assume it will be at a later date for the launch of laptops and Ultrathins Trinity (May 15).
Link: Trinity půjde i do embedded segmentu (DIIT)Tags: amd, apu, benchmark, embedded, embedido, industrial, integrated, piledriver, R-Series, specs, thames, trinity, VLIW4