Steve Turnbull of AMD introduces their new AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 processor

AMD has expanded on its latest embedded-processor SoC offering with an advanced Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) combining high-performance 'Zen' CPUs and 'Vega' GPUs on a single die, with up to four CPU cores/eight threads, and up to 11 GPU compute units to achieve processing throughput as high as 3.6 TFLOPS.

In this video, Steve Turnbull of AMD explains their new AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 processor to Alix Paultre at the AMD launch event in London. The V1000 targets medical imaging, industrial systems, digital gaming and thin clients, and brings together the 'Zen' core architecture and 'Vega' graphics architecture to deliver advanced graphics in a single chip.

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