AMD's star has been rising ever since it launched its Ryzen and EPYC processors, with AMD bringing back much-needed competition to the computing space, making PCs great again and putting the super into supercomputing, and AMD's MD of Sales for the APJ region joined us on iTWireTV to talk about it all.
Together, Intel and Microsoft are delivering people’s "favourite mobile apps" to PCs with Intel Bridge Technology, as announced at the Windows 11 launch this morning.
AMD has introduced the first members of the Radeon Pro W6000 family: the W6800 and W6600 graphics cards and the W6600M GPU for mobile computers.
The new AMD Radeon RX 6000M Series mobile graphics includes the Radeon RX 6800M GPU, said to be AMD's fastest Radeon for laptops, delivering desktop-class performance enabling ultra-high frame rate 1440p gaming.
Promising the "world's best processor for thin-and-light Windows laptops just got better", Intel's two new 11th-gen Core processors feature Intel Iris Xe graphics, Intel Wi-Fi 6/6E (Gig+) and Intel 5G Solution 5000.
The Permutter supercomputer at the US National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) will deliver approximately four exaflops of AI performance, according to GPU supplier Nvidia, making it the world's fastest on this measure.
The Mercedes-AMG Petronas esports team will use AMD’s gaming equipment to train, to drive performance, and to encourage competitiveness.
The AMD EPYC 7003 series processors will be used to power a new supercomputer for the National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore, the national high-performance computing (HPC) resource centre dedicated to supporting science and engineering computing needs, AMD has announced.
Intel says its new processor is faster than AMD’s top Ryzen processor, but both companies series of processors, from the low-end to the high-end, are still challenged by Apple’s M-series processors, with the M1 soon to be augmented by an even more powerful M2.
AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.4.1 for AMD Radeon graphics delivers new and improved features, including AMD Link for Windows which allows a gaming PC to be connected to another Windows PC, a phone, a tablet or a TV for 'anywhere' gaming.
The India server market saw a 11.2% drop in revenue in the fourth quarter to US$266.1 million (A$347.4 million), compared to US$299.6 million in the corresponding quarter in 2019, the technology analyst firm IDC says.
Dell EMC has released 17 – count 'em, 17! – new PowerEdge servers targeting various types of workloads.
Specialising in massively delighting customers with truly top tech, AMD notes new business notebooks from HP and Lenovo with its new processors "provide leadership performance and enterprise-class security solutions to meet the evolving demands of the modern workforce."
AMD's new Epyc 7003 series CPUs are built with Zen 3 cores, and the range includes the Epyc 7763 which the company says is the world's highest-performing server processor, based on internal testing.
The newest range of AMD's epic EPYC server processors, known for kicking Intel's butt, is launching in the US on March 15, which is a very early 2am start for Australians on March 16.
Avoiding processors that suffer from the Spectre vulnerability will, in some cases, mean that one has to buy a new CPU, a senior Linux systems administrator says.
The world's biggest contract chip manufacturer, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, has shifted 1000 engineers to its facilities in Tainan's Southern Taiwan Science Park to meet the massive demand for its 5nm chips.
AMD's Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors will soon be available in laptops from Asus, HP, Lenovo and others.
Microsoft has announced a new chip designed in collaboration with Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm that it says will add security to future Windows PCs.
AMD's new Instinct MI100 accelerator is said to be the world's fastest HPC GPU and the first x86 server GPU to exceed 10 Tflops (FP64).
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