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AMD Bristol Ridge Pro to power new Lenovo computers

AMD is set to launch the new Lenovo ThinkCentre M715 Tiny desktop and ThinkPad E475 and E575 notebooks, all featuring the seventh generation AMD Bristol Ridge Pro APUs. These AMD Pro APUs are designed specificially for businesses, and feature enhanced security, reliability, and energy efficiency.

“These latest AMD PRO based-systems from Lenovo are optimized for business and deliver increased computing and graphics performance, at levels that meet the highest of customer expectations,” said Jim Anderson, senior vice president and general manager of AMD computing and graphics group. “These systems combine commercial-grade quality, performance, and stability, with excellent video and audio capabilities, helping ensure businesses are more productive and collaborative. We are thrilled to partner with Lenovo to bring this technology to companies and enterprises around the world.”

“Businesses today are constantly evolving, demanding better performance, security, manageability, and usability from their computers. This is why Lenovo provides innovation both inside and outside our commercial products and works with partners like AMD, who bring a similar focus on giving users the best experience possible,” added Bai Peng, vice president notebook business, PC and smart device business group at Lenovo. “The ThinkPad E475 and E575 notebooks and ThinkCentre M715 Tiny, based on the AMD PRO processor portfolio, enables businesses to deliver real-world performance and dependability optimized for business’ needs”

The ThinkCentre M715 Tiny is an ultra-compact desktop that can be used even in the crampest spaces, while the ThinkPad E475 and E575 desktops provide a strong mix of performance, mobility, and security. The new Lenovo machines come with AMD Secure Processor technology which help protect sensitive data and applications. Compared to last generation Pro APUs, the Bristol Ridge Pro chips also provide 14 percent better computer performance, 22 percent better graphics performance, and up to 32 percent more energy efficiency.

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