For companies like AMD, building better hardware to address future needs will always be top priority. At the moment, AMD is expanding its presence in the data centre space, leveraging its accumulated expertise over the years in the semiconductor business.
Realising that a one-size-fits-all approach to CPUs fails to address the demands of its diverse users, AMD has released four categories of its fourth-generation EPYC CPUs, codenamed Genoa.
To drill down on the chipmaker’s long-term plans in the data centre market, Frontier Enterprise sat down with AMD executives Ritesh Rohit Patel, Senior Manager, Solutions Architect – APJ & Taiwan, and M Manikandan, APJ Server Sales Lead, Lenovo Group, AMD.
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