AMD Updates Ryzen Embedded Series, R2000 Series With Up To Four Cores And Eight Threads

The embedded business is one area of AMD’s portfolio that may not receive as much attention as its desktop, mobile, and server products. AMD unveiled its Ryzen Embedded R1000 platform in early 2020 for the commercial and industrial sectors, as well as the ever-growing IoT market, with low-powered processors designed for low-profile systems to satisfy the market’s mid-range.

AMD announced its next-generation Ryzen Embedded SoCs, the R2000 series, at Embedded World 2022 in Nuremberg, Germany. AMD claims that the R2000 series features up to 81% higher CPU and graphics performance than the previous generation, with four different SKUs ranging from 2C/4T to 4C/8T, which is double the core count of the previous generation.

In comparison to the previous generation (R1000), the AMD Ryzen Embedded R2000 Series now has double the core count, with a generational shift from Zen to the more efficient and higher-performance Zen+ cores. The TDP of all four SKUs announced is configurable, with the top SKU, the R2544, operating between 35 and 54 W. The bottom SKU (R2312) has a configurable TDP of between 12 and 35 W, which is more in line with the lower power target of these SoCs.

AMD Ryzen Embedded R2000-Series APUs
AnandTech Core/
Thread
Base
Freq (MHz)
1T Boost
Freq (MHz)
Memory
Support
L2
Cache
L3
Cache
GPU
CU’s
TDP
Range
(W)
Launch
(Expected)
R2544 4 8 3350 3700 DDR4-3200 2 MB 4 MB 8 35-54 October 22
R2514 4 8 2100 3700 DDR4-2667 2 MB 4 MB 8 12-35 October 22
R2314 4 4 2100 3500 DDR4-2667 2 MB 4 MB 6 12-35 In Production
R2312 2 4 2700 3500 DDR4-2400 1 MB 2 MB 3 12-25 In Production

Better iGPU performance is delivered by increasing the number of Radeon Vega graphics compute units, which provides additional performance over the previous generation. The R2312 SKU has three CUs, while the R2544 has eight CUs. The Ryzen Embedded R2000 series also gains newer video decode and display processor blocks, allowing it to decode 4Kp60 video and drive up to three 4K displays.

AMD has also outfitted the SoCs with 16 PCIe Gen 3 lanes on the R2314, R2514, and R2544 SKUs, and eight on the R2312. The R2000 series supports two SATA 3.0 ports, up to six USB ports with a mix of USB 3.2 G2 and USB 2.0, and Microsoft Windows 11/10 and Linux Ubuntu LTS as operating systems.

The commercial and industrial sectors, as well as robotics, will benefit from AMD’s Ryzen Embedded R2000 series, which has a planned product availability of up to 10 years, ensuring a long life cycle for each product. Advantech for its gaming and gambling machines, as well as DFI, IBASE, and Sapphire, are some of AMD’s Ryzen Embedded R2000 Ecosystem partners, so these new SoCs are already being adopted and planned into existing thin-client and small form factor systems.

AMD says the Ryzen Embedded R2544 (4C/8T) and R2514 (4C/8T) will be available on October 22, with the R2314 and R2312 SKUs already in production.

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