AMD CEO Lisa Su shared the company’s second-quarter earnings, urging that many of its scheduled product releases are scheduled for release in 2020. This includes its 7nm processor based on the Zen 3 architecture and its RDNA 2 (or Big Navi). graphics cards. With also shared that AMD has begun manufacturing and shipping next-generation console chips, including the PS5 and Xbox X series. Both consoles are set to be released this holiday.
This is all good news for people looking to upgrade their PC with upcoming AMD parts, or for those looking to buy a new console this year. But it is unfortunate for Intel, which has recently suffered several major product plan failures. Intel has announced that it is once again canceling the already postponed debut of 7nm processors for processors until 2022. In addition, in August. Intel Hardware Manager dr. Venkata Murthy Renduchintala is also leaving the company.
Shared with that part of AMD̵7;s success last quarter was the Ryzen 4000 mobile processors, which power more and more high-performance laptops that usually offer high power and a reliable battery for the money. In fact, Su’s declared revenue from these processors has grown “faster than any mobile processor in our history,” so they seem to impress people who buy laptops – those for gaming or otherwise.
AMD still expects uncertainty for the rest of the year over the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But at least for now, more interesting consumer-oriented companies are still going on.