AMD has recently announced two brand new series of processors: EPYC Embedded 3000 and Ryzen Embedded V1000. Both of which are made to cater for consumers engaging in fields of networking, storage, medical imaging, industrial systems and etc. AMD also mentioned that these processors come with “exceptional integration and on-chip security.”
Looking at the EPYC 3000 series of processors, these CPUs apparently feature up to 16 Zen cores, 32MB L3 cache, 3.1GHz of max boost frequency, and four independent memory channels. In total, there are eight EPYC 3000 series embedded processors. The full list of processors can be found on the image below.
Next up are the Ryzen V1000 series of APUs. These processors feature four CPU cores and eight Zen threads and up to 3.6 TFLOPS of compute performance. Unlike the EPYC 3000 series, there are only four Ryzen V1000 APU models. Again, the full list of APUs can be found on the image below.
AMD has also stated that both the EPYC Embedded 3000 and Ryzen Embedded V1000 series of processors will be made available for up to 10 years. This ensures a “long lifecycle support roadmap.” It remains to be seen whether AMD’s newest range of processors will improve the company’s endeavour in the enterprise market; a market that is indeed very profitable.