GizmoSphere unveils AMD APU-based Gizmo board
New Delhi, India, January 24, 2013: AMD has released the newly unveiled Gizmo board, a low-cost board geared toward x86-based embedded system development available from GizmoSphere, is powered by an AMD Embedded G-Series accelerated processing unit (APU). Gizmo is a x86 development board that can run a variety of operating systems including Android, Linux, RTOSes and Windows.
The Gizmo board includes the G-T40E dual-core processor running at 1.0 GHz, combined on a single die with AMD Radeon HD 6250 discrete-class graphics. The board provides a performance capacity of 52 gigaFLOPS (GFLOPS) at less than 10 watts. Custom high- and low-speed edge connectors enable a full range of functions.
Kamal Khouri, Director of Embedded Products, AMD, said, “Gizmo is an excellent board for the next generation of embedded systems development. The new board will serve the diverse and growing embedded development community and is especially useful for those wanting to incorporate the advanced capabilities possible by harnessing a heterogeneous architecture. Developers ready to take advantage of a high-performance, full I/O-featured x86 development board will find tremendous value in Gizmo.”