AMD announced today that it’s stock will be listed on the NASDAQ-100 starting market open on December 24th, 2018.
AMD announced the first 7 nm Vega based Radeon Instinct MI50 and MI60 gpus. These gpus are optimised for high performance datacenter applications and support hardware virtualisation.
AMD today announced the long awaited second generation of the company’s Threadripper high-end desktop platform processors.
Chinese hardware site HKEPC had an exclusive look at AMD’s latest Threadripper 2990X which was announced at Computex two weeks ago. Specifications, speed and benchmarks are revealed.
AMD spin-off and supplier GlobalFoundries is cutting 5% of its 18,000-strong workforce. The Santa Clara based company is currently on a mission to improve its financial performance a spokesperson told EETimes.
During the AMD Computex keynote speech delivered by CEO Lisa Su and others, AMD announced that the second generation Epyc server processors are on track for delivery in 2019. The Epyc 2 series will skip the Zen+ 12 nm refresh and instead receive the all new Zen 2 cores produced at 7 nm.
During the Computex keynote, AMD revealed the very first 7 nm gpu. The Vega gpu sample was powering a Radeon Instinct accelerator card with 32 GB of high bandwidth memory (hbm2).
On the 2018 edition of the Computex trade show in Taipei, AMD revealed the successor to the Ryzen Threadripper line of processors, bumping the second generation to 32 cores.
Afraid of the expected Threadripper version 2 announcement during AMD’s keynote the following day, Intel tried to steal some of that thunder. The Intel team decided to demo an overclocked 28-core server part as their next generation high-end desktop cpu.
UDOO, the Italian manufacturer of ‘maker’ boards, launched their first Ryzen Embedded single board computer on Kickstarter today. The UDOO Bolt features unprecedented cpu and graphics power, never before seen in a single board computer.