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There will be embedded and server lines as well. Those will support more memory.

Embedded AMD parts are just re badged consumer parts, with a guaranteed supply delivery of 3-5 years, and tested against a wider range of operating conditions (typically). I don't know embedded Intel well, but I don't see why an embedded part would offer a higher ram capacity?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_Accelerated_Processing_Unit_microprocessors#Embedded_Processors
Note, the GX-415GA is identical to the A4-5000. I have one, I should know wink.gif

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Forgive my ignorance, but what is the benefit of an embedded server part?

embedded AND server, not embedded server wink.gif
 
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Embedded AMD parts are just re badged consumer parts, with a guaranteed supply delivery of 3-5 years, and tested against a wider range of operating conditions (typically). I don't know embedded Intel well, but I don't see why an embedded part would offer a higher ram capacity?
For the most part.... consumer, embedded, server, mobile, enterprise, military, medical, aerospace, etc parts are generally based off one design anyways. Usually, it is just a matter of binning and disabling/enabling features. smile.gif


Not sure if there are any featureset differences with the embedded line. You are correct that embedded units have guaranteed life cycles, stricter tolerances/specifications, and often wider operating conditions.

I know that server version of Silvermount will be available up to 8 cores instead of just 4. Current, server Atom Centerton can support up to 8GB RAM so Intel wouldn't back down from that bar. In fact, I can imagine Silvermount being great for MemCache or NewSQL servers.... distributed software that need lots of RAM.
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Embedded AMD parts are just re badged consumer parts, with a guaranteed supply delivery of 3-5 years, and tested against a wider range of operating conditions (typically). I don't know embedded Intel well, but I don't see why an embedded part would offer a higher ram capacity?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_Accelerated_Processing_Unit_microprocessors#Embedded_Processors
Note, the GX-415GA is identical to the A4-5000. I have one, I should know wink.gif
embedded AND server, not embedded server wink.gif

Doh... Thanks for clearing that up... Haha
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