AMD CEO announces: There will be more cores


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AMD CEO announces: There will be more cores

Amd, which announced its new Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors at CES 2021, has done quite well in recent years, especially with the Ryzen series. The red team, which has taken over the market on the desktop side, does not look like it will stop on the mobile and server side either. AMD CEO Lisa Su also spoke on the company’s roadmap with a small press conference at CES 2021.


Now in a strong position, AMD is able to develop its own technologies without worrying about other companies.

AMD roadmap revealed: More cores, Zen 4 and Zen 5

Desktop processors are the market where AMD is currently the most powerful. Laptops and servers, on the other hand, are seen as the two largest markets with potential for AMD. Therefore, AMD has no chance of stumbling. Lisa Su said they are already focusing on Zen 4 and Zen 5 architectures, adding that they will be highly competitive.

The current maximum number of cores is 8 for mobile, 16 for desktop Ryzen and 64 for server-class Threadripper, while there has been no increase in the number of cores for two generations. When asked about this situation, Lisa Su laughed, “There will be more core numbers in the future. I’m not saying these numbers are the limit. It will come as the rest of the system scales.”


AMD CEO Lisa Su also talked about other details about the company’s roadmap. The red team is not up to the hybrid design intel plans to follow on Alder Lake-S processors. Lisa Su notes that her current designs are scaled up for good. In addition, Lisa Su pointed to consoles, noting that AMD has a special division for console departments.

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Lisa Su, unlike Arm, reassed her belief in x86, describing it as “a strong ecosystem that deserves a heavy investment.”


Despite all these developments, however, AMD cannot continue to invest in new products without securing production capacity. Stock shortages in the Ryzen 5000 series desktop processors seem to continue for some time. However, it is estimated that the stock problem will disappear with the reduction of production problems caused by the corona virus and the completion of the facilities that AMD has started to build.


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