Peter Clarke, EETimes
4/23/2013 10:19 AM EDT
SAN JOSE, Calif. As Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (Sunnyvale, Calif.) emerges from the management revolution of 2012 it is moving quickly to try and accommodate a computing revolution. Part of the revolution is the Internet of things which AMD says it plans to address and that surely means that AMD will be offering ARM-based solutions for embedded applications.
Right now AMD isn't saying too much because it does not want to upstage the launch of its first embedded G-series system-on-chip, which happens to be based on a quad-core x86. But as he briefed me on the device Arun Iyengar, general manager of Embedded Solutions at AMD, said: "We're going to have both architectures. The G-series SoC happens to be x86 based."
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