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Zeppelin is a scalable system on a chip designed by AMD in order to satisfy the need of multiple market segments.


Zeppelin is an SoC designed by AMD capable of scaling from a single-die to a multi-chip package consisting of up to 4 dies interconnected together using AMD's proprietary Infinity Fabric. The die consists of two CPU Complexes, two DDR4 channels, USB, low-power I/O, and a series of IFOP and IFIS SerDes that are used to interlink multiple dies and sockets together.

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