In an interview with VB at last week’s earnings analyst meeting, AMD CEO Dr. Su Zifeng touched on a number of interesting topics. Key new products, Su Zifeng revealed that the 7nm Zen 2 architecture-based notebook processor will be shipped in early 2020.
Other processors, Su pointed out that the latest 64-core EPYC Processor for data centers has a performance advantage over Intel. As for desktop processors, she concludes that her share has increased in the last seven or eight quarters.
In terms of semi-custom chips, AMD, which has reduced the capacity of its console chips, has tilted its resources toward the PS5-Xbox Scarboard, and she remains bullish on the growth of the semi-custom business in the second half of next year.
Graphics, the reporter asked about Intel next year to launch a unique view, Su Zifeng believes that we are very serious and serious about competition, there is new blood into the high-performance graphics market is a great vitality. As for the partnership with Samsung, Su said it is both IP licensing and joint development, and hopes Radeon technology will cover more areas, including mobile low-power scenarios.
According to Su, 2019 is the year of AMD products, and next year will still be the same, or even better.