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[Hardware] Zen 3 In 2023: AMD Intros Ryzen Embedded 5000 CPUs For Networking Systems, Up To 16 Cores


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It might be 2023 but Zen 3 isn't going anywhere as AMD has launched its brand new Ryzen Embedded 5000 CPUs for networking customers.

AMD Leverages Its Tried & Tested Zen 3 Architecture For Ryzen Embedded 5000 CPUs With Up To 16 Cores
The AMD Ryzen Embedded 5000 CPUs are the company's latest Zen 3-based processor family, including the Ryzen Embedded V3000 and EPYC Embedded 7000 series.


Ryzen Embedded 5000 processors deliver the ideal combination of performance and reliability required for 24×7 security and networking applications. This expansion of our embedded product portfolio offers a mid-range solution that fills the gap between our low-power BGA Ryzen Embedded and our world-class EPYC embedded family for customers requiring both high performance and scalability of up to 16 cores.

— Rajneesh Gaur, corporate vice president & general manager, Embedded Solutions Group, AMD

The new AMD Ryzen Embedded 5000 CPUs are built on the 7nm process node technology and will offer a "planned five-year manufacturing availability," equipped with six, eight, twelve, or sixteen cores and support for up to 24 lanes of PCIe Gen4 connectivity. The Ryzen Embedded 5000 Series CPUs are developed for reliability to support the consistent uptime requirements needed by security and networking enterprises.

AMD's new Ryzen Embedded 5000 CPUs include robust reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) options, which will consist of an ECC-supported memory subsystem & TDP profiles between 65 W to 105 W. Additionally, AMD Ryzen Embedded 5000 CPUs reduce the overall system cooling footprint for tight spaces and "cost-sensitive applications."

AMD’s success in the embedded market is built on offering differentiated and scalable offerings that address a wide range of applications with different power, performance and environmental requirements. The AMD Ryzen Embedded 5000 strikes an optimal balance of power and performance for applications ranging from small-form factor embedded systems to storage, security, and networking systems, suiting the broadest range of customers and use cases.

— Kevin Krewell, principal analyst, TIRIAS Research


The AMD Ryzen Embedded 5000 Series processors offer:

Scalability up to 16 cores and 32 threads
Up to 64MB of shared L3 CPU Cache
Energy efficient TDP from 65W to 105W
ECC-supported memory and security features
24 lanes of PCIe 4 connectivity (expandable I/O up to 36 lanes with AMD X570 chipset)
Optimized performance for enterprise reliability
For more information about AMD's line of embedded processors for networking solutions and pricing for enterprises of any size, you can find out more on the company's Embedded Processors official webpage or at AMD's company website.

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