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 AMD Brings The Power Of Polaris To Embedded With New Radeon E9260 and E9550 GPUs
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Message Text: AMD today announced the AMD Embedded Radeon E9260 and E9550 graphics processing units (GPUs), the first discrete embedded graphics cards leveraging the new AMD Polaris architecture.

The cards have been designed for applications requiring rich multimedia and 4K video in power-constrained embedded environments. Use cases include casino gaming, digital signage, 4K teleconferencing and interactive digital whiteboards, medical imaging for clinical diagnoses, and transportation instrumentation.

The Polaris GPU architecture leverages an optimized 14nm FinFET process designed to deliver a significant performance-per-watt gain over previous generations of embedded GPU architecture. Providing up to 5.8 TFLOPS performance in a sub-95W TDP power profile, the new embedded GPUs offer 4K (H.265 and H.264) encode/decode multimedia processing capabilities and support for up to six displays on the E9550, enabling panoramic "surround sight" and overhead visuals.

Vulkan API support offers cross-platform 3D graphics and compute, enabling smoother CPU co-processing. DirectX 12 support provides fast performance, higher frames per second, and reduced latency.

Key Features E9260:

  • Up to 2.5 TFLOPS at <50W TDP board power
  • Full 4K and 3D support
  • 4K optimization and multi-display configurability
  • Features include next-generation UVD and VCE support; HEVC/H.265 decode and encode, and up to five display outputs using HDMI 2.0 and/or DisplayPort 1.3
  • Appointed with 4GB memory (128bit GDDR5)
  • Available in compact MXM and PCI Express form factors
  • Five years planned longevity

Key Features E9550:

  • Up to 5.8 TFLOPS at <95W TDP board power
  • Full 4K and 3D support
  • 4K optimization and flexible multi-display configurability
  • UVD and VCE support; HEVC/H.265 decode and encode, and up to six display outputs using HDMI 2.0 and/or DisplayPort 1.3
  • Appointed with 8GB memory (256bit, GDDR5)
  • Available in MXM type B form factor
  • Three years planned longevity

The E9260 is planned for availability in October, 2016, followed by the E9550 scheduled before the end of 2016.

 
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