AMD's head of graphics Raja Koduri revealed the company will release two brand new GPUs in 2016 and said the company is planning a stronger push into the professional video card market. Additionally, AMD hopes its new Radeon Software can overcame their reputation for having bad driver support. You can read the full article at Forbes, the piece also touches upon the new Radeon Technology Group (RTG) structure.
Raja also talked about how Advanced Micro Devices’ RTG will need to execute on their architectural designs and create brand new GPUs, something that Advanced Micro Devices has struggled with lately. He promised two brand new GPUs in 2016, which are hopefully going to both be 14nm/16nm FinFET from GlobalFoundries or TSMC and will help make Advanced Micro Devices more power and die size competitive. Having more products to sell is a good thing for Advanced Micro Devices because there’s no getting around that some of AMD’s GPU architectures have gotten quite long in the tooth.