AMD announced that its AMD Embedded G-Series platform now supports Windows Embedded Compact 7, the next generation of the Windows Embedded CE real-time operating system.
Windows Embedded Compact 7, paired with AMD Embedded G-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APU) is optimized to deliver feature-rich applications on small, specialized devices for industries such as medical, retail and industrial automation. This enables board, module and system OEMs, among others, to develop a wide range of applications requiring high performance and integrated graphics processing with minimal size, power and cooling constraints.
AMD Embedded G-Series APUs set a new standard for high performance processing and multimedia content delivery for embedded designs. With the combination of AMD Radeon graphics and the low-power Bobcat x86 core, AMD Embedded G-Series APUs can provide superior performance-per-watt ratios.
Features include Silverlight for Windows Embedded, an updated version of Internet Explorer with support for Adobe Flash 10.1, and multi-touch support optimized for intuitive, natural input capabilities and gesture-based interactions.