The following article gives a small overview about the new AMD Ryzen Pro systems. AMD also offered additional guarantees on supply, so that business would not worry about parts being discontinued mid-way through the life cycle.
We've known for a while that AMD is preparing to launch its 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper processors later this year.
It is quite hard to squeeze out any information from AMD regarding the state of 7nm chips but considering its latest roadmap and some earlier information from GlobalFoundries, it looks promising, so we can expect some interesting products next year.
AMD is also partnering with several OEM's to create a range of business ready system from sleek enterprise notebooks to powerful desktops. "Ryzen PRO mobile processors can enable all-day battery life up to 16 hours of use, world-class productivity performance, and sensational graphics built on Radeon technology", added Anderson.
And that's where you're likely to see the new Pro APUs crop up. All of which have a 15W TDP, which can be adjusted to up to 25W as per the requirement. The Ryzen Pro chips are already a big step up from its previous generation chips and with the integration of a graphics processor, AMD is now catering to businesses that need both computing power and graphics processing. The Ryzen 5 Pro 2400GE is nearly as similar as the name but tops out at 3.8GHz, also has 11 Vega CUs and sports an impressive TDP of 35W, which may be part of the reason why it doesn't ship with a cooler.