back to article AMD's Ryzen V3000 goes head to head with Intel's embedded chips on power, oomph

AMD put Intel’s low-power Xeon-D and industrial Core-series processors in its sights on Tuesday with the launch of its Ryzen Embedded V3000 CPUs. The chips are designed for embedded appliances, with AMD specifically targeting datacenter storage and networking appliances. AMD claims its chips are twice as fast as its V1000- …

  1. ecarlseen

    Synology has been transitioning to AMD embedded CPUs for their midrange NAS devices. Not surprising after the massive problems they had with defective Celerons.

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