AMD has consistently emphasized its focus on sustainability and increased efficiency in both cloud and high-performance exascale (HPE) computing. Like many top technology companies, AMD is looking to the future of gaming, artificial intelligence, and high-performance computing (HPC). The company will be participating with over 1300 other companies at an event where AMD believes “technology is a catalyst for change.”
Over the last few years computing has become an essential and pervasive part of our daily lives, helping each of us adapt how we work and learn remotely, while keeping us connected and entertained. I am excited for the opportunity to deliver a keynote at CES 2023 to highlight the next generation of high-performance and adaptive computing innovations, and products that will push the boundaries on what is possible and play an important role helping solve our most important challenges.
— Dr. Lisa Su, CEO, AMD
Joining Su will be John Deer Chairman and CEO John May in the AMD CES 2023 keynote, scheduled for Wednesday, January 4, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. PST in the Venetian’s Palazzo Ballroom in Las Vegas, Nevada.
AMD shows how creative innovation pushes the envelope of tech for good. Dr. Su’s power is bringing people together, and I can’t wait to see what advances they’ll share at the show.
— Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)
AMD is expected to unveil new products, including the Ryzen 7000 Non-X, Ryzen 7000 X3D, RDNA 3 Mobility and desktop GPUs, as well as the Ryzen 7000 mobility CPU family, which will include a mix of existing and new chips like the Phoenix Point APUs and the Dragon Range CPUs. There may also be some surprise announcements, such as a preview of the next-generation Threadripper 7000 lineup based on the Zen 4 architecture and mainstream RDNA 3 desktop GPUs based on the Navi 32 and Navi 33 architectures.