The AMD (Sunnyvale, CA) Embedded G-Series processor is the world’s first
integrated circuit to combine a low-power CPU and a discrete-level GPU into a
single embedded Accelerated Processing Unit (APU). The AMD G-T16R APU, with
an average power of only 2.3 Watts, enables very small form factor, fan-less
and portable applications. APU configurations are available with single or
dual x86 cores, at 4.5W, 9W or 18W thermal design power (TDP), and two levels
of graphics and video performance. Each APU supports single or dual-
independent high resolution displays and exceptional multi-media capability
with hardware decode support for H.264, VC-1, MPEG2, WMV, DivX and Adobe®
Flash. When paired with the AMD A50M controller hub with support for advanced
interfaces such as 6Gb/s SATA, Generation 2 PCI Express®, and HD Audio, the
AMD G-Series platform delivers a low power, value-oriented solution for
applications requiring a better balance of CPU and multimedia performance.
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