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AMD targets enterprise with Kaveri-powered notebooks

Tony Ibrahim | June 5, 2014
Channel partners will have a greater range of AMD notebooks to sell, with brands such as Samsung, HP, Lenovo and Asus, all announcing laptops powered by AMD's new Kaveri range of processors.

"We come in and say we can give you that value proposition at a more accessible price point."

AMD benchmarks between it's Kaveri APU and a current-gen Intel core i7

"The commercial market is coming to us"

The growing demand for multimedia is better positioning AMD in enterprise, as more and more of the every day tasks undertaken by companies require a more graphically intensive approach to computing.

"The commercial market is coming to us," Lensing began.

"This AMD Pro line will become part of our strategy across across the whole business-to-business market.

"The workloads coming to the commercial workspace play perfectly into the APU value proposition. More people are spending time with photos, with videos and with CAD software than they do with data sheets."

 

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