As is a constant whenever AMD launches their latest desktop and mobile processors, they typically deploy and release a professional and commercial line-up of these processors a few months later. For the desktop and mobile (server/workstation is Threadripper Pro), the latest Ryzen Pro 7000 for desktop and Ryzen Pro 7040 HS and 7040 U series for mobile builds upon the consumer range by adding several 'Pro' based features that add layers of additional security and remote manageability that sets them apart from their more consumer-focused silicon siblings. On top of the advantages of adding Zen 4 cores to enhance performance and efficiency compared to their previous Ryzen Pro with Zen3+ portfolio, selected AMD's Ryzen Pro 7040 series SKUs will include their latest Ryzen AI block...
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