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AMD: No new GPUs nor APUs until after March

Posted on Thursday, January 22 2015 @ 16:35:59 CET by

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During the company's earnings call on Tuesday, AMD CEO Lisa Su announce there won't be any new GPUs nor APUs until the second quarter. She didn't mention specific dates but we can be sure now that there won't be anything exciting before April at the earliest.
Advanced Micro Devices said on Tuesday that it will release new products that will help it to regain share on the markets of central processing units (CPUs) and graphics processing units (GPUs) starting in the second quarter 2015 and going into the second half of the year. The comments from AMD confirm rumours that AMD intends to release “Carrizo” APUs as well as new Radeon graphics cards in the Q2 2015. Unfortunately, the Q1 2015 will be tough for AMD as the company is on-track to report its lowest quarterly revenue in more than a decade.

“Going into the second quarter and the second half of the year with our new product launches, I think we feel very good about where we are positioned there,” said Lisa Su, chief executive officer of AMD, during a conference call with investors and financial analysts. “Commercial will definitely be important, as well as improving our overall mix.”
Source: KitGuru



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