Did you know that the foremost thing that modern organizations need from their computer systems is Productivity?
Did you know that organizations can overpay by as much as $196 more per system1 for a non-AMD system with a comparable level of productivity?
This means there is a significant amount of budget waste for medium to large enterprises and public sector agencies that buy hundreds or thousands of systems at a time. That money could be invested in other areas or even saved.
When it comes to purchasing a PC, buyers must take into account a variety of factors including performance, investment protection, security, management, reliability, ease of deployment and price. While performance is a key factor it can be the most elusive to measure.
AMD recommends that customers buy the right system based on their real-world needs. A typical business user can be classified as Basic/Task user, Mainstream/Knowledge user and Power user based on their usage requirements.
You can find more details on the Price of Productivity and the recommended AMD systems for the 3 tiers of business users are in the Benchmark Brochure.
To help customers in their purchasing decisions, AMD has created a multi-tasking script to simulate real-world usage of common productivity applications. You can download the details of the mutli-tasking script and the testing instructions from the Test Yourself tab.
You can learn more about today’s benchmarks for the commercial environment in the AMD Benchmark Whitepaper.