AMD is on a roll with its Ryzen CPU and APUs as they have been performing Intel CPUs, however, AMD doesn’t seem like to stop there as AMD has announced AMD Ryzen Pro APUs for enterprise Desktops PCs and laptops.
These AMD Ryzen Pro include features that are targeted towards business customers such as AMD GuardMI Technology with on-chip DRAM memory encryption, secure boot, fTPM/TPM 2.0 and “enterprise-grade” reliability.
Furthermore, AMD has confirmed that AMD Ryzen Pro will see a steady supply and 18 months of software updates and a 3-year warranty.
These AMD Ryzen Pro mobile include Ryzen Pro 2700U, 2500U, 2300U as for the desktop side of things include Pro 2400G, 2400GE, Pro 2200G and Pro 2200GE.
First, let us discuss the mobile APUs which are based on 14nm FinFET manufacturing process. The Ryzen Pro 7 2700U features 3.8GHz of Clock Speed while the Ryzen Pro 5 2500U features boost clock of 3.6 GHz. Both of these mobile APUs feature 4 cores/8 threads, however, the 2500U features 10 Radeon Compute Units.
As for the Desktop side of things, we have Ryzen Pro 2400G, 2400GE, Pro 2200G and Pro 2200GE. The GE variants are weaker compared to the G Variants as evident by their lower clock speeds but, also feature lower TDP ratings.
Speaking of Ryzen, first ever AMD Ryzen powered Lenovo Thinkpads have been listed. The listing didn’t reveal any extensive specs for these AMD Ryzen powered Lenovo Thinkpads but the listing reveals that these will feature AMD Ryzen CPUs up to AMD Ryzen 7 Pro 2700U.
Also, while AMD Ryzen 2000 products just launched last month but, AMD has confirmed that it is already working on Zen 5 Micro-Architecture. According to lead Zen architect Mike Clark, he is working on Zen 5 mico-architecture.
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