AMD bets on mini PCs with its AMD Ryzen Embedded APU


From AMD we receive information about your initiative to support the Ryzen embedded processors  in the mini PC sector although for now everything indicates that these efforts will focus on industrial use and less on domestic use. This embedded processors that are a fantastic solution for these small computers thanks to their minimum consumption but also offer us more than enough hardware for users at HTPC lever with 4K HDR multimedia playback.

The products presented are already know for ours, the most interesting novelty is that of the ASRock 4x4Box mini PC that seems will make the leap from the industrial to the domestic sphere, possibly will be presented at the CES fair in early 2020. We also have the EPPD boards for professional scope, OnLogic passive mini PCs destined for the industry and Simply NUC models that, due to their number of ports, are also focused on industrial use.

AMD Ryzen Embedded APUs provide scalable solutions from 6W to 54W TPD in a compatible pin-to-pin socket, allowing you to easily scale your configuration. These APUs allow us to connect multiple 4K screens, fluid 3D graphics in demanding titles and extensive storage or connectivity options far superior to those of its Intel Celeron/Pentium rivals.

Official announcement

  • ASRock Industrial and its 4X4 BOX – R1000V and 4X4 BOX – V1000M systems aim to deliver cost-effective, high-performance and versatile embedded Mini PCs for home entertainment, business and industrial applications.
  • EEPD with the SBC PROFIVE® NUCV and SBC PROFIVE® NUCR embedded Mini PC product family which is characterized by high-performance computing requiring minimal space
  • OnLogic and the ML100G-40 and MC510-40. These are the first two systems in a line of AMD powered small form-factor computers that leverage the reliability and lifecycle benefits of OnLogic’s expertise in building industrial and rugged devices.
  • Simply NUC with the Sequoia V8 and Sequoia V6, which are rugged, long-lasting units to power digital signage displays, electronic kiosks, data arrays, and other free-standing utilities

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