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9:46 PM EST – 4nm process technology, 25B+ transistors (almost double that of Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt)
9:45 PM EST – Powered by a dedicated AI engine called Ryzen AI based on XDNA architecture
9:45 PM EST – This is AMD’s next generation processor for notebooks.
9:44 PM EST – Announced Ryzen 7040 Series
9:44 PM EST – The first use of the XDNA architecture will be in notebooks.
9:44 PM EST – Start with a brand new accelerator based on XDNA
9:44 PM EST – “Requires CPU, GPU, and Adaptive Accelerator”
9:43 PM EST – “AI is truly the most important megatrend for technology”
9:43 PM EST – Start things with AI
9:42 PM EST – AMD wants to push the boundaries of high performance computing and other technologies.
9:41 p.m. – This is the official opening keynote of CES. It’s something Microsoft has been at the helm for a very long time.shows how things have changed
9:41 p.m. – Lisa welcomes the audience and talks about how great it is to be here in person
9:40 p.m. – (can use some glow sticks)
9:40 p.m. – OK, this is AMD’s promotional reel. let’s go together_
9:39 PM EST – or after this video bumper
9:38 PM – And here is Lisa
9:38 PM – And now we’re talking about Dr. Lisa Su and her many accomplishments
9:38 PM – (Pandemic still weighs heavily on CES; attendance is about half what it was at its peak in 2020)
9:37 PM – Gary briefly talks about AMD and how things have changed since the pandemic.
9:36 PM – And speaking of CES, CTA President Gary Shapiro will be on stage first.
9:36 PM – This looks like a generic CES bumper, not an AMD video
9:35 p.m. – Start with inspirational videos
9:34 PM EST – Let’s go
9:34 PM EST – VESA will not be in South Hall this year either.Companies participating in the show are increasingly doing private suites for small audiences
9:33 PM EST – But the rest of the PC ecosystem has a lighter footprint. Partly because AMD and Intel just announced their current desktop platforms a few months ago.
9:32 p.m. – Lots of laptops to show off thanks to several companies offering new parts suitable for mobile systems
9:32 p.m. – Broadly speaking, based on this year’s show announcements and conferences, PC’s presence as CES 2023 only appears light to modest.
9:31 p.m. -It also means it can be a little longer. But this is the nature of live presentations.
9:30 PM – Since it’s a live format, I hope it runs a little more moderately paced
9:30 PM – This should run for 1 hour.Also, judging by his past AMD CES keynotes, there should be plenty of announcements.
9:29 PM EST – So no pressure, AMD 😉
9:29 PM EST – It is said that this will be a true live presentation rather than a pre-recorded video. This will be AMD’s first live keynote since pre-pandemic.
9:28 PM – CES keynote season continues this week with AMD hosting the second major PC-centric keynote of the event. Led as usual by CEO Dr. Lisa Su, AMD will take center stage tonight to share its plans and products for consumer electronics in 2023. AMD has announced the Zen 4 CPU architecture as well as the RDNA 3 GPU architecture, so AMD’s both desktop and mobile product lineup has plenty of room to introduce some new parts.
The CES keynote season continues this week with AMD hosting the second major PC-centric keynote of the event. Led as usual by CEO Dr. Lisa Su, AMD will take center stage tonight to share its plans and products for consumer electronics in 2023. AMD has announced the Zen 4 CPU architecture as well as the RDNA 3 GPU architecture, so AMD’s both desktop and mobile product lineup has plenty of room to introduce some new parts.
Join us at 6:30 PM PT / 9:30 PM ET / 02:30 UTC for all the details.