As part of AMD's Financial Analysts Day 2022, AMD has provided updates to its Server CPU roadmap going into 2024. The biggest announcement is that AMD is already planning for the (next) next-gen core for its successful EPYC family, the 5th generation EPYC series, which has been assigned the codenamed Turin. Some key announcements include various segmentations of its expected EPYC 7004 portfolio, including Genoa, Bergamo, Genoa-X, and Siena. From the launch of AMD's EPYC 2nd generation products Codenamed Rome back in August 2019, the release of the updated EPYC 7003 processors, including both Milan and Milan-X, the next generation of EPYC 7004 codenamed Genoa is expected to launch in Q4 2022. Genoa will feature up to 96 Zen 4 cores based on TSMC's 5...
Since AMD’s relaunch into high-performance x86 processor design, one of the fundamental targets for the company was to be a competitive force in the data center. By having a...36 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 11/8/2021
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Everyone is interested in roadmaps – they give us a sense of an idea of what is coming in the future, and for the investors, it gives a level...60 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 3/5/2020
Another element to AMD’s Financial Analyst Day 2020 was the disclosure of how the company intends to evolve its interconnect strategy with its Infinity Fabric (IF). The plan over...18 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 3/5/2020
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After the Computex Keynote today on stage, where AMD revealed its new Ryzen family of processors coming on 7/7, we had a chance to speak with AMD’s SVP and...16 by Ian Cutress on 5/27/2019