AMD announces continued close partnership with Lenovo; AI to change daily life in the next decade.


In the AI boom, every major firm seeks a share. Nvidia reaps big benefits, while AMD recently declared it will closely collaborate with Lenovo.

The fourth Lenovo Innovation and Technology Conference was officially held in Shanghai on April 18th, with Dr. Lisa Su, AMD's Chairman and CEO, in attendance. During her speech, she expressed her gratitude for being invited to the conference and reflected on the close collaboration between Lenovo and AMD over the past 30 years. Together, they have introduced a series of industry-leading solutions, propelling both companies' growth.

When discussing the hot topic of AI, Dr. Su did not hold back her enthusiasm. She fully supported the advancement of AI, boldly predicting that in the next decade, AI will profoundly transform everyday life in aspects ranging from science to medicine, and from manufacturing to content creation, embodying the vision of AI for all.

AMD stands at a significant advantage in the ongoing AI boom, as it currently possesses a comprehensive infrastructure and relevant knowledge. From end-to-end AI infrastructure to cloud server deployments that serve enterprise clusters, these are AMD's strengths. The company plans to continue expanding these advantages.

Dr. Su detailed AMD's current plans and strengths, including last year's launch of the Ryzen 7040 mobile processor. Furthermore, a new generation of "Strix Point" Ryzen processors will be released this year, expected to exceed the 7040 series by more than threefold.

Dr. Su specifically thanked the Lenovo Group, highlighting them as an important partner for AMD. Both companies are engaged in close collaboration in various areas, including hardware and software development, attempting to closely integrate AI with personal devices to enhance the user experience of personal computers.

In her concluding remarks, Dr. Su summarized and shared her excitement for the current AI boom. It's an exciting time, and AMD looks forward to continuing its collaboration with Lenovo to lead the era of AI computing.



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