AMD India has launched Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) with the Fusion technology. The fusion of a Central Processing Unit (CPU) and a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) is known as fusion technology on a single chip. The launch of the G-series chips by AMD is for embedded systems. A fusion chip consists of multi-core CPUs with powerful discrete level graphics. This is the kind of technology that is being established by AMD. There is an open GL and CL constituted support in the integrated device.

The Fusion chips of AMD deliver high quality graphics performance. The AMD G series processor is the first APU in the world, which combines both the technologies on a single chip. It offers excellent computing efficiency than any other. The applications of  these chips include digital signage, set top boxes with Internet base, point of sale (POS) terminals, gaming devices, thin clients, and a lot more.

AMD has a supportive design team for the manufacturing of various products. The eco-system for the AMD G series platform includes supportive options for Microsoft Windows, Linux, as well as real time operating systems. It also includes a developer’s portal for embedded applications with customer based details of boards and complete systems. A small and flexible platform is available for the APU where designers and developers can make products relating to the technology of the embedded series. According to a recent carbon footprint study, the APU is designed to curtail carbon emissions.