Computex Chronicles Part 2: AMD Leaps Into Copilot+ PCs And Outlines Infrastructure GPU Roadmap


  • AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su’s keynote official opening keynote for Computex included a new CPU architecture called Zen 5, as well as a new NPU architecture called XDNA2, which supports the Block Floating Point (Block FP16) data type.
  • AMD also had new offerings on the AI PC space – a new series of mobile-focused parts for the new Copilot+ PCs that Microsoft and other partners just announced a few weeks ago.
  • On the datacenter side of things, AMD previewed both their latest 5th Generation Epyc Gen CPUs (codename Turin) and their Instinct MI-300 series GPU accelerators.

AMD headquarters in Santa Clara, California, USA


The second in the series of CEO speeches but the official opening keynote for this year’s Computex was given by AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) CEO Dr. Lisa Su. AMD is in the unique position of being the primary competitor to Nvidia (

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