Intel CEO praises AMD: It can finally be on par with us

time:2022-11-27 03:21:51 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Loudspeaker box
Intel CEO praises AMD: It can finally be on par with us

AMD has competed with Intel for nearly 40 years, and most of the time is at a disadvantage. Even in the glorious K8 sledgehammer era, Intel's P4 processor suffered a little loss, far from threatening Intel's status. In recent years, breakthroughs have been made with Ryzen and Xiaolong processors. At the same time, Intel itself has been in trouble in recent years. The 14nm process has only taken a back seat after 6 years of use. At present, the main force is the Intel 7 process. The desktop version of the 12th generation Core is the first, but the server-level Sapphire Rapids processor. There was some trouble, and the ticket was delayed for a long time, which allowed AMD's EPYC processor to seize the opportunity. AMD's progress in the data center market has also impressed Intel. At last week's Evercore Technology Conference, Intel CEO Henry Kissinger also praised AMD. AMD's server processor market share has grown to 20% in the past 13 quarters. Intel said that it will continue to regard AMD as a leader in the data center market comparable to Intel, especially after the Genoa and Bergamo processors with Zen4 architecture are launched in the future, Intel expects AMD to continue to consolidate its relatively leading position in this field. It is not common for Intel to praise AMD so much. AMD has performed well in recent years. Intel believes that they will continue to lose market share in 2023. However, Intel is still confident in its own strength, because CEO Kissinger also expressed his opinion that with the mass production of 20A and 18A processes in 2024, they will be able to return to the semiconductor leader position and restore market share from 2025.

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