In a statement the company said that its TC6 will be fully manageable by Devon IT's Echo thin client management software.
Joe Makoid, president of Devon IT praised AMD's G-T56N which he said gives the thin client computing industry high-performance application capabilities that rival the user experiences delivered by PCs.
One of the problems with thin clients is that user's tend to notice a difference and some can't handle enhancements in virtual desktop technologies.
Makoid said that the IT TC6 features a dual-core AMD G-series processor with integrated discrete-class AMD Radeon graphics.
He said that 1.65 GHz provides customers with more than enough power for the most rigorous remote business graphics needs.
The TC6 is fanless to help companies reduce noise in office environments and eliminate moving parts to increase the life-span of their end point devices, he said.
Buddy Broeker, Director, Embedded Solutions, at AMD said there was widespread interest in the AMD Embedded G-Series platform in thin clients.
Part of the reason was that Accelerated Processing Unit combines a low-power CPU and a discrete-level GPU into a single integrated unit, which delivers an exceptional multimedia experience for low-power and small-form factor thin clients.