AMD sets “Advancing AI” event for December 6th

Published: Nov 9th 2023, 15:12 GMT   Comments

AMD wants to talk more about AI

AMD is gearing up for a new series of announcements. 

AMD has officially confirmed a special event dedicated to AI set for December 6th. The company has scheduled an event at 10 am PST / 12 PM CST / 1 PM EST, aligning with the typical launch time for data-center products. It is expected that this event may be related to the MI300X data-center GPU launch.

Back in June, AMD had already disclosed that the MI300X series would be available to partners in the third quarter, with the MI300A undergoing sampling in Q2. Now, it appears that AMD is ready to announce the public availability.

It’s worth noting that Sasa Marinkovic, AMD’s Senior Director for Gaming Marketing, has also shared information about the event. This could suggest the possibility of an update on the Ryzen AI ecosystem and its future enhancements as well. However, it’s important to point out that neither AMD Ryzen nor AMD Instinct’s social media accounts have made any posts about this event.

It is expected that AMD will host a dedicated event, possibly around CES 2024, for its consumer products. While the company hasn’t yet outlined its plans, AMD traditionally releases updates for its mobile CPU series in January. Meanwhile, AMD holds high expectations for the sales of its MI300 data-center GPU/APU, so the prospect of a separate event focusing on this product could be appealing to investors.

Source: AMD

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