AMD Ryzen To Spread Legs Towards Mobile Processor Market In 2017; Expected To Raise AMD Desktop Market Share [VIDEO]

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AMD is going forward at a faster rate in the field of processors. The Internet is now surfaced with the fresh reports saying the AMD Ryzen will set up a milestone to other processor manufacturers. And the recent reports also indicate that the AMD Ryzen will soon be expanding towards mobile processor market in 2017.

Reports show that AMD's next-generation 14nm Ryzen series processors will be unveiled in the first quarter of 2017 and the new platform will be officially released at the end of February and enter to the global mass shipments in the month of March 2017.

The excellent architecture of AMD Ryzen will not only wage war against the Intel Kaby Lake processor, but it will also set to challenge for its upcoming Cannonlake chipset.

With Ryzen, AMD also gears to take on Qualcomm, Samsung, and Nvidia to secure a strong footing in the chipset market. While Intel has already explored the mobile processor arena with Asus ZenFone as its flagship host. However, it has yet to show the scale of its influence in the field that is dominated by Samsung and Qualcomm.

AMD Ryzen could do well in the smartphone market by considering its power efficiency; this means the mobile batteries that will host these devices which could last longer with this next-gen chipset under their hoods.

With the success of the Ryzen's preview run last December 13, AMD is also expected to gain momentum and eventually end the dominance of Intel in the microprocessing business, reports Mobile&Apps.

Faster speed, cooler engine and cheaper chips are some of the issues that Intel, Qualcomm, and Nvidia have to contend on with AMD Ryzen. AMD has already provided snippets to its rivals on how violent the competition will be when it had showcased a record-breaking 40 percent improvement in instruction-per-clock (IPS) cycle without power boost.

AMD is reported to control 17 percent of the CPU market today and the current market and consumer's response will change the California-based company. It has already reached a whopping 300 percent increase in price per share after the Ryzen's preview run.

According to Forbes report,  AMD Ryzen's benchmark test has emerged with a big score. The score is reported to be better than Intel's i7 processor. AMD Ryzen has an 8-core, 16-thread feature compared to the Intel i7-7700K that has 50 percent less or a 4-core, 8 thread specifications.

AMD Ryzen also supports simultaneous multithreading, an improved cache system, and core engines. Company has not yet announced the official specifications of the Ryzen processors.

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