In January Patently Apple covered AMD's first Keynote at the CES annual event covering the launch of their Radeon VII graphics card. AMD only provided a sneak peek of their upcoming AMD Ryzen desktop processor. While PC fans were disappointed in not having the new desktop processors launch at CES, AMD's CEO will be revealing them in full at COMPUTEX in May.
Today the Taiwan External Trade Development Council officially announced that the 2019 COMPUTEX International Press Conference will be held on Monday, May 27 at 10:00 a.m. in the Taipei International Convention Center in Taiwan. The opening keynote is titled "The Next Generation of High-Performance Computing," and will be delivered by AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su.
As the first CEO keynote speaker at the COMPUTEX Press Conference, Dr. Lisa Su said, "As one of the most important global events for our industry, I look forward to COMPUTEX each year. I am honored to deliver the opening keynote this year and provide new details about the next generation of high-performance AMD platforms and products. With our partners, we will tell the story of how leading-edge technologies and an open ecosystem are driving an inflection point in computing and industry innovation and positively impacting several important markets."
The latest AMD products released include the world’s first 7nm gaming GPU–AMD Radeon VII and first 7nm datacenter GPU, AMD Radeon Instinct MI60. Upcoming products include 7nm AMD EPYC datacenter processors, 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen desktop processors and graphics cards based on the next-generation “Navi” architecture – all of which are designed to create exceptional experiences for gamers and creators as well as help solve many of the toughest challenges in our lives.
During the CEO Keynote, Dr. Lisa Su and other high-profile guests will highlight new details of upcoming products and showcase how the industry is building a new high-performance computing ecosystem that will push technology to the next level.
We should also expect Intel to try and be a spoiler of AMD's announcements that day or week as they prepare to launch their long awaited 10nm processor later this year.
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