With CES 2019 barely in the mirror behind us, the consumer electronics industry is already struggling with its next major Computex 2019 exhibition in Taiwan. And, as it turned out, the leader of this allegations will be none other than AMD's CEO, Lisa Luke.
Announced by the organizers of the show this morning, Computex 2019 will create a new "premier" main show for the start of the show. : CEO Keynote. The first key point of the show will be Dr. Liz Su, who will make a presentation entitled "The Next Generation of High-Performance Computing."
notes and events in the press. However, so far, the show has never been held officially by the leading speaker (ala-CES), and, rather, key messages were mostly semi-official, often outside the site. So, in order to show the main story, a big deal, obscured only by the fact that the organizers specifically invited Dr. Su to deliver the first speech, making it a welcome honor for AMD and its CEO.
While the announcement itself is not about the specific details of the presentation, AMD's roadmap in 2018 is known at this time, and the planning of 7nm products is scheduled to be launched, including AMD's assumed that the processor architecture Zen 2 processors (EPYC, Ryzen 3, etc.) and products based on their future architecture of the Navi GPU. Earlier, AMD announced that the next generation of EPYC processors will be available in mid-2019, so Compute falls into the middle of this time period.
Keynote Director General will start at 10:00 am local time on May 27 th which is the usual day of press-conference conferences. AnandTech will surely be in place, and we are looking forward to AMD having its own sleeve.