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AMD Ryzen PRO Processors for Enterprise Workloads Launched in India

Continuing the momentum of the global enthusiasm generated by the broad adoption of enterprise solutions featuring AMD Ryzen PRO desktop processors, AMD showcased its new product line-up in New Delhi today. The Ryzen PRO processors bring reliability, security, and performance to address the demands of today’s enterprise workloads. These commercially-focused new desktop solutions are currently available in India from the world’s largest commercial PC suppliers - Acer, Dell, HP and Lenovo.

“There is a growing demand for high performance, secure commercial PC’s from government and private sector enterprises in India as they undertake their digital transformation journeys,” said Matthew Zielinski, Corporate Vice President, World Wide MNC Sales, AMD. “We are best positioned to meet this requirement with the Ryzen PRO powered systems. The processor has built-in security to protect organization data and unmatched performance to handle intensive workloads in data rich set-ups. It’s also system ready as businesses move to Windows 10 in the coming months.”  

Vinay Sinha, Director, Enterprise Business, Asia Pacific & Japan said, “India is AMD’s leading market in APAC. We have received strong support from our OEM partners and System Integrators to make available exciting designs that offer high performance productivity PC’s. We are also investing heavily to educate our channel partners so that they can take our value proposition to IT Pros who want to build future ready digital enterprises.” 

The world's largest suppliers of commercial client desktops have endorsed Ryzen PRO based PC’s and made them available in India.

“Acer is proud to partner with AMD for the launch of their new Ryzen PRO commercial CPUs in India. Adding to the strong Acer line-up of AMD powered PCs, we are happy to introduce the Acer Veriton M200 with the latest Ryzen PRO processors in both tower and small form factor systems. We are excited to continue to grow the Acer/AMD business in India with AMD’s game changing Ryzen PRO CPUs,” said Sudhir Goel, Head of Commercial Business Group, Acer India.

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