Whether at the office or at home, everyone seems to be using, creating, and sharing content. Information such as financial records, email, marketing collateral, home video, music and pictures must be organized, secure and accessible. And this information must be protected from hardware failures using techniques such as RAID and protected from software issues by using snapshots and backup to ensure nothing is lost. This content requires new embedded solutions to manage, manipulate and store data. This embedded network storage appliance needs to be affordable, scalable, and easy to use for managing information for business and home users.
To help meet the wide range of performance, power and price requirements for SoHo and home users, AMD offers a selection of processor and chipset solutions. Embedded AMD Phenom™ processors in AM3 package support quad core 65W TDP solutions to enable robust streaming of content to many business users.
AMD Turion™ II Neo processors in ASB2 BGA package support dual core 25W TDP with DDR3-1333 ECC memory and provides the scalability needed for small office and small business users. The AMD Embedded G-Series CPU with the innovative low-power “Bobcat” x86 core provides the right balance of CPU performance, power – up to 18W TDP – and memory and I/O bandwidth for home users.
The AMD Embedded G-Series APU is the first Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) using the AMD APU architecture for the embedded market. This new platform is designed to enable fanless configurations while still offering enhanced CPU and GPU performance.