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Engineering for the Next-Generation Network Base Station
8/6/2014

AMD's R-Series embedded Accelerated Processing Units are the perfect foundation to serve the rapidly growing compute needs within network base stations. They provide industry leading energy efficient 64-bit x86 processing combined with extensive networking connectivity, allowing equipment manufacturers to pack more intelligence within a base station and provide a higher quality of service to the end user.
AMD's R-Series embedded Accelerated Processing Units are the perfect foundation to serve the rapidly growing compute needs within network base stations. They provide industry leading energy efficient 64-bit x86 processing combined with extensive networking connectivity, allowing equipment manufacturers to pack more intelligence within a base station and provide a higher quality of service to the end user.

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