By Cameron Swen, Strategic Marketing Manager, AMD
Sure, the new AMD G-Series SOC delivers impressive graphics performance in a small footprint system on a chip, but how does it fit into applications that largely don’t depend on graphics performance, such as those found in Industrial Controls and Automation?
Scott Hoot, President & CEO, Sage Electronic Engineering
By Derek Lin, Director of Marketing, AAEON Technology Inc.
By Kamal Khouri, Director of Marketing, AMD
By Craig Bryant, Product Marketing Manager, AMD
AMD recently participated in HP’s Project Moonshot launch where we disclosed that we will be introducing the AMD Opteron APU code-named “Kyoto,” an innovative low-power x86 SoC that will be offered in the HP Moonshot platform later this year.
Here’s a taste of what AMD General Manager Suresh Gopalakrishnan had to say about the launch:
For more than a decade, Barco has relied exclusively on AMD FirePro™ workstation graphics cards (display controllers) to power its diagnostic displays. Our companies work together to help address customer mandates, whether it’s extending the life of older technology, or undertaking a redesign of existing graphics cards in response to customer requests, or enabling new cutting edge features. Further, Barco expands on the FirePro™ unified software driver to include technologies and features unique to its displays, ensuring the best possible experience for its customers.
By Kelly Gillilan, Product Marketing Manager for AMD Embedded Solutions
In wandering the busy halls at Embedded World in Nuremberg a few weeks ago, it was plain to see how the evolution in the embedded market is really shaping up.
Over the past few years, I’ve heard end-users asking for more complete solutions. And at events like this, it is apparent that system integrators, hardware vendors, and software developers are consolidating efforts to meet their needs.
Earlier today Adobe revealed some of its next generation professional video and audio products, including the next version of Adobe® Premiere Pro. Basically Adobe is giving users a sneak peek at the new features coming to the next versions of its software. And we’ve decided to give you a sneak peek too, providing a look at how the next version of Premiere Pro performs when accelerated by AMD FirePro™ 3D workstation graphics and OpenCL™ versus Nvidia Quadro workstation graphics and CUDA.
It’s April again. So it’s time for silly jokes, warmer weather and the annual NAB show in Las Vegas. If you are headed to the desert for the show next week (April 8-11, 2013) be sure to check out the AMD action.