AMD unveils CPU, NPU and GPU strategy for AI data centers

Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su Talks about Architecture Strategy

CEO Lisa Su talked about her company’s chip architecture strategy for AI data centers and AI PCs at the Computex trade show in Taiwan.

She spelled out AMD’s plans for its central processing unit (CPU), neural processing unit (NPU) and graphics processing unit (GPU) architectures powering end-to-end AI infrastructure from the data center to PCs.

AMD unveiled an expanded AMD Instinct accelerator roadmap, introducing an annual cadence of leadership AI accelerators, and previewed the new AMD Instinct MI325X accelerator, planned to be available in Q4 2024.

AMD also previewed 5th Gen AMD Epyc server processors, on track to launch in 2H 2024. For laptop and desktop PCs, AMD announced AMD Ryzen AI 300 Series, the third generation of AMD AI-enabled mobile processors, and AMD Ryzen 9000 Series processors.

AMD Instinct Accelerator Family

At Computex 2024, Su unveiled a multiyear, expanded AMD Instinct accelerator roadmap which will bring an annual cadence of leadership AI performance and memory capabilities at every generation.

Reimagining the PC to Enable Intelligent, Personal Experiences

Previewed today at Computex, 5th Gen AMD Epyc processors (codenamed “Turin”) will leverage the “Zen 5” core and continue the leadership performance and efficiency of the AMD EPYC processor family. The 5th Gen AMD EPYC processors are targeted for availability in the second half of 2024.

Powering the Next Wave of Edge AI Innovation

AMD showcased how its AI and adaptive computing technology is powering the next wave of AI innovation at the edge. Su said only AMD combines all the IP required for whole edge AI application acceleration.


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