AMD announced the line Ryzen Pro and server Epyc

In addition to the powerful desktop Threadripper, AMD announced at the meeting with investors Financial Analyst Day a series of Ryzen Pro processors and the server family Epyc.
AMD announced the line Ryzen Pro and server Epyc
Ryzen Pro processors are aimed at a commercial, rather than a consumer, segment. Mainly for workstations. The desktop Ryzen Pro is scheduled for release in the second half of 2017, and mobile – in the first half of 2018.
AMD announced the line Ryzen Pro and server Epyc
Another debutant was the family of server processors Epyc on the architecture of Zen, formerly known under the code name Naples. The chips use a scalable 32-core SoC (system-on-chip) design with support for up to two threads per core. It also supports 8 memory channels per chip. Two socket servers support up to 32 DDR4 DIMMs with 16 channels, providing up to 4 TB of total memory. Also supports up to 128 PCIe lines. The first servers based on Epyc are expected in June 2017.

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