AMD Mullins and Beema APUs are Based on Puma+ Core Architecture

AMD Mullins and Beema APUs are Based on Puma+ Core Architecture

AMD recently introduced their Jaguar based Temash and Kabini products feature improved power levels and performance enhancements. A few weeks ago, AMD revealed the successors to their Jaguar based products which have been codenamed as Mullins and Beema APUs.

AMD Mullins and Beema APUs To Feature Puma+ Core Architecture

Both Mullins and Beema APUs would feature a new and enhanced Jaguar architecture known as Puma+ as revealed by VR-Zone. This is legit since the picture displayed on AMD’s training course website shows a Puma instead of an Jaguar. The Beema APUs would use of the Puma+ core architecture, the “+” representing in an enhanced and update design over the Jaguar core architecture.
Beema will be the successor to the Kabini APU featuring a 28nm Puma+ architecture,
GCN 2.0 cores and HSA enhancements which allow cross sharing the same
memory pool across the whole system. The Puma+ cores to be featured
inside the Beema APU would be updated over the current Kabini APU
featuring better performance and high efficiency.

VR-Zone also reveals that the Beema APUs will be shipped in the FT3 BGA socket for laptops
and netboos and ultra compact PCs. The Beema APUs would feature a fully
integrated SOC FCH design. In 2015, AMD’s Beema would be replaced by
Nolan. The Nolan APU would replace the Beema APU which
itself replaces Kabini next year and would feature an enhanced Jaguar
core with GCN 2.0 cores and HSA support. The Nolan APU would be
available to consumers in 2015 and a low power design would replace the
Mullins APU that would replace Temash in 2015.


The updated AMD Puma+ architecture would also be featured in Mullins
which is the next generation successor to the recently released Temash
APU. Temash is an APU boasting an ultra low power design so its expected
from the Mullins APU too, to feature a low power design but boosting
the performance up through HSA enhancements. The Mullins APU would also
feature a SOC design like its predecessor and would be based around a
28nm updated Puma+ architecture with better cores, GCN 2.0 graphics and
more.

Unfortuantely that’s all we know about the new AMD Puma+ based APU
platforms at this moment but more details are expected to hit after
08/08/2013 as indicated by AMD’s Training website course. For more details on AMD’s Kabini and Temash APUs, please visit the respective links here and here.

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