The GX210JA G-Series SOC from AMD Embeddedis a high-performance, low-power System-on-Chip (SOC) Dual Core APU, featured with enterprise-class error-correction code (ECC) memory support, with integrated discrete-class GPU and I/O controller on the same die.
The GX210JA G-Series SOC operates at an average of approximately 3 Watts achieving superior performance per watt in the low-power x86 microprocessor class of products. This helps enable a new generation of fanless designs for content-rich multimedia and tradional workload processing. The small footprint, ECC capable SOC sets the new foundation for a broad variety of embedded applications.
The AMD Embedded G-Series SOC platform delivers an exceptionally high-definition visual experience and the ability to take advantage of heterogeneous computing while maintaining a low-power design.
AMD G-Series SOC’s next-generation “Jaguar” based CPU offers 113% improved CPU performance vs. AMD G-Series APU and greater than a 2x (125%) advantage vs. Intel Atom when running multiple industrystandard compute-intensive benchmarks.
AMD G-Series SOC’s advanced GPU, supporting DirectX® 11.1, OpenGL 4.2 and OpenCL™ 1.29, enables parallel processing and high-performance graphics processing that provides up to 20% improvement vs. AMD G-Series APU and a 5x (430%) advantage vs. Intel Atom when running multiple industry-standard graphics-intensive benchmarks.
Excellent compute and graphics performance with enhanced hardware
acceleration delivers up to 70% overall improvement vs. AMD G-Series APU and over 3x (218%) the overall performance advantage vs. Intel Atom in embedded applications when running multiple industry-standard compute- and graphics-intensive benchmarks.
The AMD G-Series SOC is a small footprint and low-power solution that reduces overall system costs.
- The SOC design offers 33% footprint reduction compared to AMD G-Series APU two-chip platform5, simplifying design with fewer board layers and simplified power supply.
- AMD G-Series SOC enables fan-less design that further helps drive down system cost and enhance system reliability by eliminating moving parts.
- With an array of performance options, the AMD G-Series SOC platform allows OEMs to utilize a single board design to enable solutions from entry-level to high-end.
- The SOC design enables new levels of performance in small SBC (single board computer) and COMs (computer-on-modules) form factors.
The AMD G Series “SoC” saves up to 33% board real estate, eliminating the Southbridge to bring all peripherals on-board the APU. Available in 2- and 4-core flavors, the G Series SoC even drives dual displays and high-res.