Two AMD Ryzen embedded R1000-based solutions unveiled
Manufacturer of industrial motherboards, IBASE Technology, has unveiled two new AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000-based offerings, including the IB918 3.5” form factor SBC and the SI-323-N digital signage player with three HDMI. The models use the AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, combining the high-performance AMD ‘Zen’ CPU and ‘Vega’ GPU architectures to achieve a new class of performance for next-generation embedded designs.
“AMD and IBASE have been working hand in hand to deliver computing solutions with unprecedented performance and power efficiency for various applications such as AIoT, gaming, POS, kiosks, digital signage, and factory automation,” said Archer Chien, Director of Solution Product Planning Dept. at IBASE. “This successful partnership is only made possible by leveraging AMD’s latest powerful and scalable SoC solutions with IBASE’s strong design and manufacturing capability.”
The IB918 3.5” SBC is powered by AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, using either the new dual-core R1606G or R1505G model, and optional heatsink with fan. It supports up to 32GB DDR4-2400 and ECC memory modules. Storage and expansion sockets include a M.2 M-key interface, two M.2 slots for type 2280/2230 architectures. It is also equipped with two HDMI, one eDP, two GbE ports, four USB 3.1, one SATA III and a 12V~24V DC input.
The SI-323-N digital signage player utilises high-performance, power-efficient AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G processor integrated with enhanced AMD Radeon Vega 3 graphics. Suitable for menu boards in restaurants, electronic displays in banks, airports and shopping malls, this compact and fanless system supports three HDMI 2.0 with independent audio and hardware EDID, as well as IBASE’s own iCONTROL intelligent green technology and Observer monitoring technology.
“AMD is proud to partner with IBASE, delivering high-performance embedded solutions for the IB918 single-board computer and SI-323-N digital signage player, powered by the latest AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoCs,” said Stephen Turnbull, Director of Product Management and Business Development, Embedded Solutions, AMD. “We look forward to our continued collaboration to create next-generation systems built with AMD embedded products.”