AMD CEO Lisa Su to host a virtual keynote at CES 2021

Published: 16th Sep 2020, 17:46 GMT   Comments

Dr. Lisa Su’s keynote at CES 2021

Back in July, Consumer Technology Association announced that for the first time Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will be an all-digital event. This unprecedented decision had to be made amid growing global health concerns.

AMD has today confirmed that it’s president and CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, will host a virtual keynote covering topics such as high-performance computing, the future of gaming, and entertainment.

CES, as the full name suggests is a consumer show, meaning Dr. Su is not expected to talk about EPYC or Radeon Pro solutions. We are, however, likely to hear about future Radeon and Ryzen technologies.

Earlier this month, AMD announced two separate events for Zen3 desktop processors, Radeon RX 6000 will take place next month. On October 8th AMD will disclose more details on Zen3 desktop processors, and three weeks later, on October 28th we will be learning more Radeon RX 6000 series based on RDNA2 architecture.

At CES 2021, Dr. Lisa Su could unveil the next-generation Ryzen Threadripper 4000 series. Almost a year passed since AMD announced Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series, which were launched in November last year.

Source: AMD, CES

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