May 09, 2017 01:38 AM EDT
AMD will reveal its Vega, Zen+, and Navi on May 16. The date is to confirm the AMD timetable for a target release in the second quarter of 2017.
According to WCCFtech, AMD will unveil its long-term CPU and roadmaps for its graphics cards in less than a week. To make it clear, the specific date is not for a product launch but to reveal AMD's long-term vision for AMD Vega, Zen+ and Navi cores. Again, this will not be a Vega launch but revelation of the company's plans for the three high-end cores.
AMD CEO Lisa Su will lead the event at the AMD headquarters in Sunnyvale. The company's CTO Mark Papermaster along with RTG Chief Architect Raja Koduri and Jim Anderson, the Computing and Graphics Head will join the CEO in discussing the company's plans.
Hexus reported that a short timescale must be finally be named for the product launch together with technology demonstrations and previous. The long-term roadmap is expected to bring fortune to AMD and just last week, the company's financial results were seen on the rise.
Meanwhile, the graphics roadmap for Vega and Navi is set to come out before June ends as the successor of Polaris. Likewise, the third generation graphics architecture the Navi is planned to come out sometime between 2018 and 2019. Navi is designed under the Radeon Technologies Group and is believed to be the first GPU by Raja Koduri.
To recall, AMD CEO Lisa Su confirmed the future CPU microarchitectures called "Zen+" which the company plans to come out in the next 3 to 5 years. Zen+ is a code name while the real name is still not revealed in public.
On May 16, AMD will reveal its collaborative deal with GlobalFoundries on the 7nm FinFET technology with a timetable that extends to 2020. The company's heads will discuss the next steps for AMD's Naples server SOC along with its successors as well as letting the public glimpse over the fabled monstrous 32 core Zen APU.
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