It goes to show that Advanced Micro Devices really is serious about this segmentWe've just reported on AMD's expectations for the embedded market, and now we have an actual motherboard based on its embedded chips.
Not counting the G-Series, the line of processors that Advanced Micro Devices has for this segment is codenamed eTrinity, but is otherwise known as the R-Series.
Jetway has released the NF82 board, which has the FS1r2 socket, the only one compatible with said accelerated processing units.
Good for digital signage, it can handle three displays at once, or one large display via Eyefinity (DisplayPort, HDMI, VGA).
It has six SATA 6.0 Gbps ports, dual Gigabit LAN, four USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, support for 16 GB RAM and an mSATA/PCIe Mini Card shared slot, among other things.
A PCI Express x16 graphics card slot is available as well. The product page has the rest of the information.