Today at Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley 2011, AMD introduced the AMD Radeon E6760 embedded discrete graphics processor.
Available now, the AMD Radeon E6760 GPU is the first of its kind to offer embedded system designers the combination of OpenCL support along with support for six independent displays.
The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU promises to offer desktop-level 3D graphics and multimedia features.
Its 3D graphics engine and programmable shader architecture supports Microsoft DirectX 11 technology. It features an
integrated frame buffer, reliability and a small footprint. It also
supports the OpenCL industry standard interface to access the high compute performance per Watt for general purpose graphics processing unit (GPGPU) applications such as ultrasound, radar and video surveillance.
Featuring multi-display support with AMD Eyefinity technology, the AMD Radeon E6760 GPU supports up to six independent output displays, HDMI 1.4 stereoscopic video and DisplayPort 1.2.
The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU comes with five years of planned supply availability.
The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU can be paired with AMD?s upcoming A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APU) codenamed "Llano" to offer additional graphics capability and additional parallel computing power.