Affected by the outbreak, the beginning of June this year, much calmer than before. The Taipei Computer Show, which was originally held every year in early June, was postponed this year, but they invited a number of manufacturers to bring some news to everyone who was watching the show, for example, Intel’s CEO, Bob Swan, sent a video message, in which he mentioned the new products Intel will release this year, mentioned their efforts for the outbreak, and so on, so many people were impressed by the following sentence:
Here,”this moment” refers to the moment affected by the outbreak, the full sentence translated to mean:
We should see this moment as an opportunity to shift the focus of our industry from benchmarking to the benefits and impact of the technologies we create.
Amount… It sounds like Intel will focus more on the value it can create than on how good it can be when it advertises its new products in the future.
Immediately, the good guys found screenshots of world records created by their own servers in basic tests before AMD released the second-generation EPYC processor.
The key is that for customers, it is rare to pay attention to the macro-level impact of new products and technologies on the industry and even society, but to focus more pragmatically on new products and new technologies such as performance and price indicators. Of course, this may be what Bob Swan should say at the CEO level, which doesn’t affect the team of engineers who continue to quantify the metrics of their products.
Consumers need quantified performance data, not bragging slides.