Thanks to impressive performance of AMD Ryzen desktop processors, system builders and integrators are now beginning to expand their offerings to once again bring AMD to the front lines. In the coming months, enterprise customers can plan to purchase Ryzen PRO processor-based systems from top PC vendors including Dell, HP, and Lenovo.
“Today’s business PC users require more processing power than ever before to run increasingly demanding applications, to ensure they can multi-task without disruption, and to help protect against security threats,” said Jim Anderson, senior vice president and general manager, Computing and Graphics Group, AMD.
Based on the AMD Zen core, Ryzen PRO processors are designed especially for the enterprise and public sectors. AMD GuardMI technology enables state-of-the-art, power-on to power-off, silicon-level security that helps protect against an ever-growing number of threats.
Ryzen PRO processors provide commercial-grade quality and reliability to help ensure platform longevity for future-ready computing. Cutting edge, open-standard manageability helps safeguard businesses from being locked into proprietary solutions. Advanced technology, such as SenseMI and up to 8 processing cores, provides breakthrough responsiveness for the most demanding enterprise-class applications and multi-tasking workflows.
Who will be offering Ryzen based systems?
Many of the world’s most recognizable brands will be offering systems that include the new AMD processors. Of those, HP, Dell and Lenovo are at the forefront.
We’re proud to introduce the OptiPlex 5055 PC featuring the Ryzen PRO CPU and its improved security features. The OptiPlex 5055 is a worthy addition to what is already the world’s most secure and manageable desktop PC portfolio,” said Tom Tobul, vice president, Dell Commercial Client Solutions.
“Our customers run many demanding applications, including commercial VR, and we expect our platforms to take full advantage of AMD Ryzen PRO processors and leverage the high-end performance provided by Ryzen 7 PRO 1700X,” commented Lorena Kubera, vice president of product management, Commercial PCs, HP
“Today, with AMD, we are excited to welcome the upcoming ThinkPad A series powered by 7th Gen AMD PRO processors to our enterprise-class commercial portfolio,” said Jerry Paradise, executive director, Lenovo Commercial Portfolio and Product Management.