WIN Enterprises Announces 3.5” SBC With AMD Embedded G-Series SOC
WIN Enterprises announces the MB-60830, a 3.5” Single Board Computer featuring the new AMD Embedded G-Series System on Chip with integrated chipset and discrete-class AMD Radeon Graphics Processing Unit. From a usage standpoint, the new 28nm processor is a single-chip solution that can be used on boards like MB-60830 to accelerate 3D graphics, as well as to support more generalized embedded computing applications.Applications for the the MB-60830 3.5” Single Board Computer can span digital signage, gaming, medical imaging, kiosks/POS, thin client and factory automation.
In addition to its integrated chipset and AMD Radeon 8000 Series graphics the AMD Embedded G-Series SoC integrated components include L2 cache and an DDR3 memory controller.
The platform also includes enterprise-class Error-Correction Code memory support, industrial temperature range of -40°C to +85°C and available with dual or quad-core CPUs based on AMD’s next-generation architecture (codenamed “Jaguar”).
The AMD Embedded G-Series SoC platforms achieve superior performance per watt through more aggressive clock and power gating. Thermal Design Power for the new family of SoCs range from 9 to 25 Watts.
•Onboard AMD Embedded G-Series SOC
•DDR3 up to 4GB, 4 x COM
•HDMI/VGA & LVDS, 6 x USB
•SATA, 2 x Mini-PCIe sockets
•1 x Giga LAN, HD Audio
•1 x RS232/422/485, 3 x RS232
•DC8V ~ 32V input
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