From small businesses to enterprises, HP devices with AMD Ryzen™ Processors and AMD Ryzen™ Processors with PRO technologies provide work anywhere flexibility for the modern workforce.
Whether you’re in the market for a refresh or are looking for devices that require stronger security features, we have compiled 5 reasons to consider HP laptops and workstations with AMD Ryzen™ technology. Let’s explore the new standard for modern business PCs:
1. The most advanced technology1,2,3
AMD Ryzen™ and Ryzen PRO Mobile and Desktop Processors have the most advanced technology1,2,3 for a responsive computing experience. Featuring the most cores in each class of AMD’s business mobile processors4,5 up to 8, and the most cores of any business desktop processors6, up to 12, AMD provides powerful performance to accelerate productivity.
From general office applications and video conferencing to crunching data, compiling code, or rendering videos, HP devices with Ryzen and Ryzen PRO Processors are designed to support your increasingly multitasked and visual workload.
2. More power. Less plug.
The latest AMD Ryzen™ Mobile Processors are built on using advanced 7nm technology and optimized “Zen” architecture, enabling unprecedented levels of performance for enhanced productivity while still offering exceptional battery life.
The new AMD Ryzen™ PRO 4000 Series Mobile Processors provide up to 2X the performance-per-watt when compared to our previous generation processors.9 In fact, the HP EliteBook 835 G7 powered by the Ryzen 7 PRO 4750U offers up to 24 hours of battery life - better than a similarly configured EliteBook 830 G7 with the Core i5-10210U.13
3. Increased power efficiency.
The newest AMD Ryzen™ Desktop Processors use a 7nm manufacturing process that sets a new standard for high-efficiency performance. Better efficiency can result in systems that run cooler – perfect for smaller form factory systems. For instance, the AMD Ryzen™ 9 PRO 3900 offers up to 118% higher compute performance compared to the Core i7-9700 at the same 65W TDP (Thermal Design Power).10
4. The most modern security11
Through a modern, multi-layered approach to security, AMD Ryzen™ 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 the confidentiality and integrity of data
- AMD works closely with Microsoft® and PC manufacturers to enable and complement their enterprise-level security features
- Exclusive to AMD processors with PRO technologies, AMD Memory Guard provides real-time encryption of system memory to help protect against physical attacks should your laptop be lost or stolen.
5. AMD PRO Manageability
Your business. Your choice. All AMD Ryzen™ PRO Processors come with a rich manageability feature set for simplified deployment, imaging, and management that is compatible with your current infrastructure. Additionally, AMD Ryzen™ PRO Processors support Microsoft Endpoint Manager to deliver a flexible and integrated cloud management solution.
Survival requires change. Adapt to your ever-changing workplace with the fastest-growing commercial processor brand14. To demo an HP device with AMD Ryzen™ Technology, reach out to your sales rep or contact us.
- As of February 2020. "Most advanced technology " defined as superior 7nm process technology in a smaller node, 15W typical TDP. RNP-18
- 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
- “Advanced” defined as superior process technology in a smaller mode and unique support for PCIe™ Gen 4 in the gaming market as of 05/26/2019. RZ3-14
- As of February 2020 “Most Cores and Threads” in a mobile business processor for ultrathin notebooks than the equivalent Intel vPRO enabled processor. RNP-21
- 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
- Based on AMD analysis, August 2019. Business desktop processor is defined as a processor designed for desktop PCs which includes full, integrated manageability and security features. RP3-1
- Testing as of 1/24/2020 by AMD Performance Labs on a Ryzen 7 PRO 4750U Reference Platform vs Ryzen 7 PRO 3700U (HP Elitebook 745 G6). 3DMark is a registered trademark of Futuremark Corporation. Results may vary. RNP-5
- Testing as of 1/24/2020 by AMD Performance Labs on a Ryzen 7 PRO 4750U Reference Platform vs. Ryzen 7 PRO 3700U (HP Elitebook 745 G6). 3DMark is a registered trademark of Futuremark Corporation. Results may vary. RNP-6
- Based on AMD internal analysis and 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 vary. RM3-123
- Testing as of 09/10/2019 by AMD Performance Labs using the Cinebench R20 nT benchmark test Results may vary. RP3-4
- As of February 2020. Defined by Microsoft secured core PC – Modern security RNP-22
- For general business laptops and desktops AMD Memory Guard, full system memory encryption, is included in AMD Ryzen PRO and Athlon PRO processors. RP-3
- A properly configured HP EliteBook 835 G7 with AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 4750U Processor, gets up to 24 hours of MM14 battery life: https://press.hp.com/us/en/press-releases/2020/hp-provides-ultimate-office-experience-at-home.html Actual battery life will vary based on several factors, including, but not limited to: system configuration and software, settings, product use and age, and operating conditions. AMD has not independently tested or verified the battery life claim. See www.bapco.com for additional details. RNP-28
- Source: IDC PC Device Tracker data, 2020Q1, AMD has gained the most share among PC processor vendors for x86 processors for consumer and commercial desktops and notebooks from Q2 2017 through Q1 2020. (RNP-1)