AMD is expanding the number of chips it will offer to designers in the high-end embedded market. The company will now include the Sempron 3500+ processor and the Turion 64 X2 dual-core TL-52 processor as part of this new offering. Its chips’ 64-bit architecture, along with their low-power envelope and Direct Connect technology, will offer companies more options in designing products within the embedded market. With the addition of the two other processors, AMD is looking to expand its reach in to thin-client computers and single-board computing. These two processor will offer better thermal management for smaller form factor, better sock reliability, fewer pins and low-profile packaging, and direct access to the die from the heat sink.

AMD is expanding the number of chips it will offer to designers in the high-end embedded market. The company will now include the Sempron 3500+ processor and the Turion 64 X2 dual-core TL-52 processor as part of this new offering. Its chips’ 64-bit architecture, along with their low-power envelope and Direct Connect technology, will offer companies more options in designing products within the embedded market. With the addition of the two other processors, AMD is looking to expand its reach in to thin-client computers and single-board computing. These two processor will offer better thermal management for smaller form factor, better sock reliability, fewer pins and low-profile packaging, and direct access to the die from the heat sink.