AMD officially announces Computex Press Conference on May 31st

Published: May 18th 2017, 15:16 GMT   Comments

A week ago we shared with you an email, which was sent to the press members only. We told you that official public announcement of the press conference will arrive at a later date. Well, today is the day.

AMD Computex Press Conference on May 31st

The press conference will be hosted by Lisa Su and other ‘senior AMD business leaders’. We are expecting a similar event to Financial Analyst Day with the exception that this event should be more consumer oriented. In other words, this is where we should finally hear about Radeon RX Vega.

At COMPUTEX 2017, AMD would like to invite you to our press conference, starting at 10 a.m., May 31st at The Westin Taipei, to hear AMD President and CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, and other senior AMD business leaders, share information on the latest set of high-performance AMD products and technologies for PCs, immersive devices and datacenters.

The past year has seen AMD bring innovation and competition back to the high-performance desktop market with the release of Ryzen™ processors, as well as further strengthening its consumer and professional graphics offerings, with the introduction of the Radeon™ RX 500 series GPUs, designed to enable optimal experiences in modern games and smooth VR experienced. With so much more planned for 2017, we look forward to sharing new details concerning the AMD line-up of 2017 world-class products, designed to deliver immersive experiences and high performance innovation, as well as the ecosystems, both OEM and channel, that will support them.

Source: AMD

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