AMD released the Ryzen Embedded V3000 series processor with Zen 3 cores on the 28th. It has improved central processing unit (CPU) performance and memory transfer rates and it is aimed towards highly marketable areas such as data centers.

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The AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 processor has up to 124% higher CPU performance and 50% faster DRAM memory transfer speeds compared to the existing V1000 series. It also has a maximum of 8 CPU cores which is twice that of the V1000 series.
The V3000 processor also implements a low thermal design range of 10 to 54W. This provides a balance between performance and power efficiency in a 24/7 work environment. System developers can flexibly design using a ball grid array (BGA) package that is easy to integrate into systems as well as low heat generation characteristics.

AMD supplies V3000 processors to built-in Original Development Manufacturing (ODM) and Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) companies. AMD's products address the growing demand for enterprise cloud storage, as well as data center network routing and firewall security. The V3000 processor supports even the most advanced edge systems.
AMD Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Embedded Solutions Group, Rajneesh Gaur said, "We designed the V3000 processor based on a small BGA package for customers who need high performance and power efficiency to handle a variety of devices, It will improve performance in implementing cloud storage and network products.”

By staff reporter Yoon-sub Song (