Dr. Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, talked earlier this year about seeing the Arm advance, and so they have experience on the subject, so they don’t shy away from opening up in that direction at all if the market needs it. Now the company’s CFO, Devinder Kumar, has also confirmed this.
The CFO made a statement at the Deutsche Bank Technology Conference. Although they were never finally launched, AMD was still working on an Arm-based chip called K12 in 2017, so they have experience in such microcontrollers.
Although the company has not confirmed that it is currently
The announcement is of particular interest in the light of the fact that Nvidia has been trying to buy Arm for months, and
Will the company work on server chips again? Or are Ryzenes smartphones coming? What do you think?
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