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AMD launches 7th-generation desktop processors for businesses

Advanced Micro Devices is launching its 7th-generation AMD Pro desktop processors for business computers. The AMD Pro chips are accelerated processing units (APUs), which combine a central processing unit and graphics processing unit on the same piece of silicon. The chips, previously code-named Bristol Ridge, will be available through Hewlett-Packard and other computer manufacturers.
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