AMD announced today the global release of its Ryzen Pro desktop processors and launched desktop PCs all powered by Ryzen Pro from top OEM vendors such as Dell, Lenovo, and HP.
We have the Ryzen – why is there a Pro version?
The notable differences between the consumer Ryzen chips and the Ryzen Pro chips are primarily the technologies like GuardMI, which enables hardware-level security, and SenseMi, a bunch of machine learning features that include pure power, precision boost, neural net prediction, and smart prefetch.
You can learn more about the Ryzen Pro through this link HERE.
With that said, AMD also announced the availability of both their newly released and upcoming enterprise-focused Ryzen Pro powered systems:
- Dell Optiplex 5055 desktop PCs (soon)
- HP EliteDesk 705 desktop PCs (soon)
- Lenovo ThinkCentre M715 desktop PCs (soon)
- Lenovo ThinkPad A475 and A275 notebook PCs (Q4 2017)
Also, it is expected that the Ryzen PRO mobile processors are scheduled for launch in the first half of 2018.