The compact, powerful mini-machine has always been a favorite, and Intel NUC has become almost synonymous with mini-machines with both technology and market advantages, but now AMD is challenging. AMD announced that based on the embedded Ryzen R1000 and Ryzen V1000 series processors, AMD has created an open ecosystem that allows OEMs to design and customize high-performance minis.
Asrock Industries, EEPD, OnLogic, NUC, and Tranquil PC are launching new AMD Embedded Ryzen-based mini-machines for the industrial, multimedia, communications, enterprise markets, offering high-performance CPU/GPU processors, rich peripheral extensions, deep security, and up to 10 years of processor life cycle.
On the software side, AlphaInfo, Beechwoods Software, ClearBlade, and more will provide strong support.
AMD Embedded Ryzen R1000, Ryzen V1000 Series processors based on 14nm process, Zen CPU architecture, Vega GPU architecture, are All SoC single-chip design, up to 4 core 8 threads, 704 stream processors, support 4K display output, support FOR USB-C, USB 3.1, NVMe and so on, thermal design power consumption ranges from 6-54W.
AMD Embedded Ryzen Mini, Motherboard Products:
EEPD SBC PROFIVE NUCV/NUCR
Simple NUC Sequoia V8
Simple NUC Sequoia V6
Tranquil PC Mini Multi display PC
EEPD PROFIVE SBC