AMD Ryzen™ Processors for Business
Why Choose AMD Ryzen™ Processors?
AMD Ryzen™ Processors are the new standard for modern business PCs, offering the most advanced technology1 for disruptive performance and an integrated security processor to help protect your sensitive data. If your business needs versatile performance for multitasking and responsive computing with superb battery life whenever and wherever, AMD Ryzen™ Processors are for you..
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Thanks to the most advanced technology1 and modern architecture, AMD has increased both single and multi-threaded performance in a single generation2. All while keeping graphics performance at up to 2X the competition3,4.
Performance for Demanding Workloads
AMD is a leader in powerful multi-core computing. From supercomputers to workstations to laptops, businesses around the world depend on the AMD multi-core “Zen” architecture to get the job done. Up to eight cores, the most available in an ultrathin laptop processor5, provides powerful performance to accelerate productivity at home, in the office, or on the go.
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Through a modern, multi-layered approach to security, AMD processors help businesses protect data, avoid downtime, and reduce resource drain:
- “Zen” processor architecture is designed from the ground up with security features as a priority to help address today’s more sophisticated attacks
- An integrated security processor helps protect confidentiality and integrity of data
- AMD works closely with Microsoft and PC manufacturers to enable and complement their enterprise-level security features
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- As of January 2020, the Ryzen™ 4000 series mobile processor is the “Most advanced laptop processor,” defined as superior 7nm process technology in a smaller node, 15W and 45W typical TDP. RM3-01
- Testing by AMD Performance Labs as of 11/22/2019 utilizing the Ryzen™ 7 4800U vs. 2nd Gen Ryzen™ 7 3700U in Cinebench R20 Benchmark. Results may vary. RM3-06
- Testing as of 1/24/2020 by AMD Performance Labs on a Ryzen™ 7 4700U Reference Platform vs. i7-10710U (Dell XPS 13). 3DMark is a registered trademark of Futuremark Corporation. Results may vary. RNP-16
- Testing as of 1/24/2020 by AMD Performance Labs on a Ryzen™ 5 4500U Reference Platform vs. i5-10210U (MSI Modern 14). 3DMark is a registered trademark of Futuremark Corporation. Results may vary. RNP-14
- As of January 2020, the Ryzen™ 7 4800 mobile processor has the “Most cores in an ultrathin laptop processor” demonstrated by Ryzen™ 7 4800 series mobile processor having 8 cores, while as of December 12th 2019, comparable competitive product (Intel 10th generation mobile processors) offer up to 6 cores. “Ultrathin laptop processor” defined as 15W typical TDP. RM3-05