AMD Launches Ryzen Embedded 5000: Vermeer for the Embedded World


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AMD on Thursday introduced its Ryzen Embedded 5000-series processors that bring its codenamed Vermeer processors in AM4 packaging to performance-hungry embedded applications. The CPUs will sit between Zen 3-based Ryzen V3000 with up to eight cores and EPYC Embedded 7000 series with up to 64 cores.

AMD's Ryzen Embedded 5000-series family of processors consist of four Vermeer CPUs with six, eight, 12, and 16 cores. The CPUs offer 32MB or 64MB of L3 cache, 24 PCIe 4.0 lanes, a dual-channel DDR4-3200 memory subsystem, and are rated for a 65W, 100W (the model 5800E can be configured for a 65W or a 100W TDP), or a 105W TDP. All of them come in an AM4 form-factor.

"The AMD Ryzen Embedded 5000 strikes an optimal balance of power and performance for applications ranging from small-form factor embedded systems to storage, security, and networking systems, suiting the broadest range of customers and use cases," said Kevin Krewell, principal analyst at TIRIAS Research in an AMD press release.

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