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Thursday, 16 December 2010 11:38

AMD to launch eBrazos

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Embedded for January 19th  
AMD plans to unveil one more iteration of its Fusion Brazos platform. We were telling you about it a few months ago, Fusion also has quite a bright future in the embedded market.

According to our sources AMD plans a new G-Series Brazos product codenamed eBrazos. We wrote about it earlier, it is a dual-core with on-die graphics and a 9W TDP, here.

If you cut out graphics you can get a single-core with 5W TDP which is a great achievement. AMD plans to launch eBrazos or AMD G-Series on January 19th, this will be the first APU for embedded market.

The eBrazos can find its way to thin clients, digital signature market, set-top boxes and much more.


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