On behalf of CEO Lisa Su at CES 2023, AMD detailed new powerful and adaptive computing technologies that play a role in creating solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. During her live keynote, Dr. Su the next generation of AMD products that redefine what is possible in the broad markets AMD serves today.
“It’s an honor to kick off CES 2023 and highlight all the ways AMD is pushing the boundaries of powerful and adaptive computing to help solve the world’s most important challenges,” said Dr. Sigh. “Together with our partners, we’ve highlighted how AMD technology is contributing to what’s possible in artificial intelligence, hybrid work, gaming, healthcare, aerospace and sustainable computing. We also launched several new mobile, gaming and AI chips , which will make 2023 an exciting year for AMD and the industry.”
AMD product innovation at CES 2023
Advanced PCs and Games: AMD announced new mobile and desktop processors for every type of user, from casual gamers and content creators to professionals and hybrid workers, along with new graphics solutions that bring the power of high-performance gaming to mobile:
AMD Ryzen 7040 series mobile processors, featuring the fastest PC graphics processor in the world with up to eight “Zen 4” cores and AMD RDNA 3 graphics.
As part of the new Ryzen 7040 series of mobile processors, AMD also unveiled Ryzen AI Technology – the first dedicated artificial intelligence hardware in an x86 processor.
AMD Ryzen 7045HX Series Mobile Processors: Powered by up to 16 high-performance “Zen 4” cores and 32 threads, the Ryzen 7045HX mobile processors are built on advanced 5nm process technology.
AMD Ryzen 7000X3D series processors with AMD 3D V-Cache technology, the fastest gaming processors in the world.
AMD Radeon RX 7000 series notebook graphics cards, based on the AMD RDNA 3 architecture, deliver exceptional power efficiency and performance for 1080p gaming at ultra settings and advanced content creation applications on next-generation premium notebooks.
Advanced AI: Dr. Su shared the company’s latest developments to enable ubiquitous AI, including looking at new products to expand its edge-to-cloud AI product portfolio:
AMD Alveo V70 AI Accelerator with performance and power efficiency for multiple AI inference workloads.
The world’s first integrated data center CPU and GPU, AMD Instinct MI300. Designed for industry-leading HPC and AI performance, MI300 accelerators use a cutting-edge 3D chiplet design that combines AMD CDNA 3 GPU architecture, “Zen 4” CPU cores and HBM memory chiplets.
Improvement of the healthcare system: Adaptive computing and AI technology from AMD power the world’s leading medical solutions, enabling faster diagnosis and drug discovery and better patient care. At CES, AMD announced AMD Vitis Medical Imaging Libraries to help bring premium medical imaging products to market faster by reducing development time. These software libraries accelerate high-performance medical imaging on AMD Versal SoC devices with AI engines to deliver high-quality, low-latency imaging to healthcare providers and their patients.
Advances in space travel: Adaptive computing solutions from AMD help satellites and spacecraft compute data and use ubiquitous AI to gain insights. During the keynote, Dr. See how AMD FPGAs and adaptive SoCs are helping to shape the future of space exploration, powering the latest space missions from Mars Curiosity and Perseverance to the recently launched Artemis lunar mission.