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.
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.
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.