AMD doing great things when it comes to high-performance computing and as the competition is getting heated up every day, it has to launch new products to keep up with the expectation of enthusiasts, gamers as well as investors.
As the world is still suffering from the pandemic, launches are going digital, but Computex has taken a mixed approach this time. This year’s hybrid Computex has already been confirmed to take place from May 31 to June 30 and AMD already is expected to take part in the show.
Today, however, AMD has officially confirmed that AMD President & CEO Dr. Lisa Su will deliver a keynote address at COMPUTEX 2021. The digital keynote will take place on Tuesday, June 1, at 10:00 AM Taipei time, and the keynote theme is “AMD Accelerating – The High-Performance Computing Ecosystem”.
Here’s the official press release:
TAIPEI, Taiwan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade and Development Council) announced today that Dr Lisa Su, President and CEO of AMD, is invited back to deliver a keynote address at COMPUTEX 2021. This digital keynote will be on Tuesday, June 1, at 10:00 AM Taipei time, with the keynote theme “AMD Accelerating – The High-Performance Computing Ecosystem”.
“The past year has shown us the important role high-performance computing plays in our daily lives – from the way we work to the way we learn and play. At this year’s COMPUTEX, AMD will share how we accelerate innovation with our ecosystem partners to deliver a leadership product portfolio.”
COMPUTEX displays will be digital this year, with keynotes and forums running on the hybrid. “It has been a year, unlike others. Technology has gotten us through some of the most challenging times,” said James Huang, TAITRA Chairman. “We will continue to transform our exhibition models and practices to meet the evolving needs of our exhibitors, visitors, and media, without losing an essential element of a trade show – connection.”
Dr Lisa Su is proud to join COMPUTEX once again in 2021. “The past year has shown us the important role high-performance computing plays in our daily lives – from the way we work to the way we learn and play. At this year’s COMPUTEX, AMD will share how we accelerate innovation with our ecosystem partners to deliver a leading product portfolio,” said Dr Lisa Su.
At the COMPUTEX | AMD CEO Keynote, Dr Lisa Su will share the AMD vision for the future of computing, including details of the growing adoption of the AMD high-performance computing and graphics solutions built for PC enthusiasts and gamers.
AMD is a leading player in creating world-class high-performance computing solutions, under the leadership of Dr. Lisa Su. Their technology sparks and creates ideas that transform our lives. “AMD is a star that continues to accelerate in the tech industry, and we are very excited that Dr. Lisa Su is joining COMPUTEX 2021. We can expect and look forward to the exciting news that Dr. Su is bringing to COMPUTEX,” said James Huang.
TAITRA is extending invitations to global CEOs to keynote at COMPUTEX 2021. The COMPUTEX keynote and forum schedule will be updated regularly as more speakers are announced. For more show information, please check out the official COMPUTEX website.
If you wonder what AMD could launch at this event, as the theme predicts, you could definitely expect the launch of Zen 3 based next-gen Ryzen Threadripper CPUs codenamed Chagall and is expected to deliver a leap through high-performance computing over already impressive last-gen ones.
However, the most interesting thing you could wait for is, AMD is said to share the vision for the future of computing, and this means its upcoming CPU and GPU roadmaps. We have already heard a lot about Navi 3x or RDNA 3 based GPUs, leaked AMD systems with Ryzen 4700S processors equipped with GDDR6 memory and the upcoming Zen-based CPUs, whether it’s Zen 3 refresh or Warhol or even Raphael.
Also, the definite thing you can, though, expect is an announcement of the launch of AMD Radeon RX 6000M mobile GPUs and maybe the entry-level options for Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs for desktop as well as some updates maybe on upcoming APUs.