If you thought powerful AMD Ryzen processors were only meant for gaming, guess again!
Jason Mooneyham, Corporate VP and GM at AMD, joins Keri on B2B Tech Talk to share all the new products AMD and partner Lenovo are releasing. Plus, they chat about…
- What AMD has been up to in 2020 and where they’re going
- AMD’s role in the SMB market
- How AMD is incentivizing learning programs for partners
- Where the future of technology is headed
"Gaming sets the tone for the industry's overall PC performance." — Jason Mooneyham
AMD’s busy 2020
AMD has certainly had a busy year, despite the side effects of the pandemic.
Lenovo and AMD recently partnered up to offer the new ThinkPad E series for SMBs, powered by the AMD Ryzen 4000 series. Plus, ThinkPad T, X, and L with AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 Series Mobile Processors are on track to be released soon.
What’s more? The recently revealed Lenovo ThinkStation P620 is the world’s first AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO workstation of its kind.
In addition to all the powerful tech AMD has been releasing, the company created the AMD COVID-19 HPC Fund to provide 21 institutions with 12 petaflops of supercomputing power for COVID-19 research.
It’s important to AMD that resellers understand their products fully. They also believe in the power of fun learning. That’s why they’ve gamified the learning process for partners with AMD Arena.
In AMD Arena, you can satisfy your competitive side while learning about the latest advancements in supercomputing.
The future of computing power isn’t just for gamers
Jason discloses that the power of AMD processors isn’t just for gamers and will continue to serve SMB customers in the coming years.
AMD will proceed to push the envelope to provide the world’s highest level of computing.
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