AMD have announced a new series for Ryzen processors marketed towards the enterprise and public sector. The new Ryzen Pro series will feature a very similar spec sheet to that of the standard desktop Ryzen that launched a few months ago, but with some additions for the enterprise scene.
Ryzsen Pro includes extra security features including fTPM (firmware Trust Platform Module)/TPM 2.0, AES, and Windows® 10 Enterprise security. It also rumoured that the processors will be multiplier locked, but hardly surprising given the market these are aimed at.
|Product Line||Model||Cores||Threads||Boost Clock (GHz)||Base Clock (GHz)||TDP (Watts)|
|Ryzen™ 7 PRO||1700X||8||16||3.8||3.4||95|
|Ryzen™ 7 PRO||1700||8||16||3.7||3.0||65|
|Ryzen™ 5 PRO||1600||6||12||3.6||3.2||65|
|Ryzen™ 5 PRO||1500||4||8||3.7||3.5||65|
|Ryzen™ 3 PRO||1300||4||4||3.7||3.5||65|
|Ryzen™ 3 PRO||1200||4||4||3.4||3.1||65|
AMD also stated during the press release that the AM4 infrastructure wil be avaialble for 4+ years. Ryzen Pro processors will also include a 26 month warranty instead of the standard 12 month warranty with Desktop Ryzen. Availability is set for the second half of 2017, with more information coming on August 29th.