At Financial Analyst Day 2022, AMD released its newest roadmap updates stretching across the company. AMD generally breaks its product roadmaps into two chunks. First, its building blocks. Second its products that it builds from those building blocks. We are going to split the roadmaps into the Zen, Ryzen, EPYC, GPU, and then the embedded AI and software roadmaps and go through each quickly in a video format to accompany the pieces earlier this week.
AMD 2022 Roadmaps Organized by Architecture and Segment
For those that would prefer to just listen along instead of reading several pages of event text and slides we have a video version here:
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The goal was to pull out the roadmap bits from a lot of the marketing and financial reporting parts ofthe presentations this week. AMD had 4-5 hours of content, so we thought that it would make sense to distill all of that information into the key roadmaps. First, we covered the AMD Zen roadmap and the transition to Zen 4 and Zen 5.
That included the Ryzen notebook roadmap.
As well as the desktop Ryzen roadmap starting with the Ryzen 7000 series and looking ahead. Get ready for the Zen 4 AMD Ryzen Threadripper!
After that, we discussed the server roadmap and AMD EPYC 7004 Genoa and Bergamo. We also talk about the new AMD Siena and Genoa-X server CPUs.
Then we transitioned to the GPU side with a quick discussion on the AMD RDNA 3 and roadmap.
We spent more time on the AMD CDNA roadmap and specifically the massive AMD Instinct MI300 APU.
We briefly covered the new 4th Gen AMD Infinity Architecture.
AMD also shared a little bit on its embedded roadmap.
That also included how AMD is planning to use the Xilinx AI Engine (AIE) in chips like Ryzen parts.
AMD is also unifying its AI software.
There is a ton.
Overall, there is a lot in this video, but we wanted to get it out so our readers can see all of the new disclosures that AMD made on its roadmap, and also why those disclosures are important. If you want to read the original articles, you can find them below: