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AMD today announced the Ryzen Embedded R2000 Series, second-generation mid-range system-on-chip (SoC) processors optimized for a wide range of industrial and robotics systems, machine vision, IoT and thin-client equipment. Ryzen Embedded R2000 Series doubles the core count and delivers a significant performance uplift compared to the prior generation, with the new R2515 model exhibiting up to 81 percent higher CPU and graphics performance than the comparable R1000 series processor. Performance-per-watt efficiency is also optimized using "Zen+" core architecture with AMD Radeon graphics for rich and versatile multimedia capabilities. Ryzen Embedded R2000 processors can power up to four independent displays in brilliant 4K resolution.
Embedded R2000 Series processors are scalable up to four "Zen+" CPU cores with eight threads, 2 MB of L2 cache and 4 MB of shared L3 cache. This gives embedded system designers great flexibility to scale performance and power efficiencies with a single processing platform. With support for up to 3200 MT/s DDR4 dual-channel memory and expanded I/O connectivity, the Ryzen Embedded R2000 Series processors deliver 50 percent higher memory bandwidth and up to 2X greater I/O connectivity compared to R1000 series processors.
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