Processor Family designed to efficiently handle advanced multimedia and computational workloads with high-performance cores
Parallel Compute Capabilities
- GPU for Graphics and Compute capability
- High-performance CPU with multicore
Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA)
- Allows cross-vendor enablement to take advantage of different compute devices on a device
- Hardware video compression and decompression engines for efficient use of processing engines
- Drive up to 4 displays simultaneously or as a single large display
AMD Embedded R-Series SoC
The AMD Embedded R-Series SoC (formerly codenamed “Merlin Falcon”) delivers astonishing graphics and HD multimedia processing performance – with true 4K decode and encode – via a sophisticated SoC architecture that integrates up to four of AMD’s latest high-performance “Excavator” x86 CPU cores with the latest AMD Radeon™ graphics and an I/O controller all on a single die.
2nd Gen AMD Embedded R-Series APU
The 2nd Generation AMD Embedded R-Series APU (formerly codenamed “Bald Eagle”) boosts processing performance, power efficiency, and multimedia immersion by leveraging Heterogeneous System Architecture.
The low-cost, power-efficient design of the AMD R-series platform suits a wide range of applications. Find out why AMD R-series processors are a good fit for your industry.
Explore our technical resources to learn more about the exceptional performance, power efficiency and visual experience of the AMD Embedded R-series platform.
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1st Generation AMD Embedded R-Series APU
The AMD Embedded R-Series APU delivers high-performance processing coupled with a premium high definition visual experience in a solution that is power efficient. It enables unprecedented integrated graphics and multi-display capabilities in compact, low power embedded applications.
- Radeon Eyefinity technology works with applications that support no n-standard aspect ratios, which is required for panning across multiple displays. AMD Eyefinity technology can support up to 4 displays using a single enabled AMD R-series APU or up to 6 displays using a single enabled AMD graphics card with Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating systems – the number and type of displays may vary by board design. Some implementations may require DisplayPort 1.2 multi-streaming technologies with compatible monitors and/or hubs. SLS (“Single Large Surface”) functionality requires an identical display resolution on all configured displays.