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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) reported that the company is working with QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) to bring fast and smooth PC connectivity solutions to its Ryzen™ mobile processors, showcasing the fastest processor for ultrathin notebooks. With Snapdragon™ LTE modem solutions, Qualcomm and Advanced Micro will help make it convenient for the leading international PC firms to establish premium computing networks with Always Connected speeds together with the Ryzen mobile processors’ fast performance, optimal efficiency and fluid graphics rendering.

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Kevin Lensing, the Corporate VP and GM, Client computing at Advanced Micro, reported that both Qualcomm and Advanced Micro have demonstrated a consistent commitment to offering products that redefine next-gen mobile user experiences. OEMs across the world can now combine the recently reported Ryzen mobile processors with Qualcomm’s leading wireless solutions through its Snapdragon LTE modem offerings to achieve new levels of connectivity, capability and performance for ultrathin notebook PCs.

Alex Katouzian, the SVP and GM, Mobile at Qualcomm, expressed that the company considers the Always Connected PC is the upcoming picture of personal computing. They are working with Advanced Micro to bring each firm’s expertise to bear for these thrilling offerings. Combining AMD processors and advanced LTE connectivity technology leads in Always Connected Client Notebooks for customers in a mobile-first future.

Ryzen™ Mobile Processor would be showcasing the fastest processor for ultrathin notebooks. It offers unparalleled performance up to 2.7X2 the CPU show and up to 2.2X3 the Graphic Processing Unit performance generationally. It exhibits outstanding gaming in famous eSports titles and set to power the most beautiful and advanced displays including Radeon™, HDR4, 4K6 monitors and FreeSync™ 25. It is targeting to improve battery life generationally. In addition, Snapdragon™ LTE Modem Solutions are engineered to provide long battery life, top speeds in weak signal settings and fast LTE download speeds.

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