The company claims that the chips, which are based on the Zen 3 architecture like most of the consumer-focused Ryzen 5000 series, provide unparalleled performance and battery life for thin and light business laptops.
The Ryzen Pro 5000 series processors appear throughout this year on a list of laptops, including Elitebooks, ProBooks, ThinkPads and ThinkBooks.
The chips look very similar to their Ryzen 5000 counterparts.
The series includes the Ryzen 7 Pro 5850U processor with eight cores and 16 threads, a 20MB cache and a base frequency of 1.9GHz with an increase of up to 4.4GHz.
AMD’s Ryzen line currently contains the only processors for thin and light laptops that use eight high-performance cores. Intel’s Tiger Lake vPro line is currently quad-core.
The line also includes the Ryzen 5 Pro 5650U processor with six cores and 12 threads, and the Ryzen 3 Pro 5450U processor with four cores and eight threads.
The three chipsets match the specifications of the Ryzen 7 5800U, Ryzen 5 5600U, and Ryzen 3 5400U, respectively.
The new chips include a shade stacker mechanism Shadow Stack New designed to protect against malware attacks.
AMD says: The chips also include deep integration with Microsoft and hardware manufacturers to improve security, and computers are FIPS encryption certified.
The chipset also includes AMD’s Pro Manageability platform, which is AMD’s competitor to Intel’s Active Management technology, and includes full spectrum management features.
Like the Ryzen Pro 4000 series, the Ryzen Pro 5000 series supports Microsoft’s Endpoint Manager, a platform for IT professionals to manage computers, servers, and other devices in the organization.
The company said: Designed to meet the demands of the modern workplace, the Ryzen Pro 5000 series mobile processors combine productivity and collaboration with enterprise-grade security features, and are available in premium enterprise laptops from HP and Lenovo, which are expected to be available worldwide. Later this year.