AMD awarded DISTREE Diamond award
“Hundreds of distributors from across EMEA selected the outstanding brands by product category at DISTREE EMEA 2017."
AMD’s dramatic return to form
“Ryzen 7 as a whole is nothing short of phenomenal, with the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X (AMD’s flagship CPU) absolutely decimating the competition when it comes to price versus performance.”
AMD's Ryzen launches March 2, outperforming Intel's Core i7 at a fraction of the price
“Analysts say AMD appears to have done its homework, leaving Intel in danger of giving up market share in the bread-and-butter PC microprocessors that built its company.”
AMD reveals an army of Ryzen PCs and AM4 motherboards
“So far, everything AMD’s shown of its hotly anticipated Ryzen processors hint that they’re the company’s most competitive new CPUs in a long, long time—chips poised to bring the fight back to Intel at the high-end of computing.”
AMD Impresses With Newly-Branded Ryzen CPU Demonstrations And Product Details
"[AMD] is in the process of slowly unveiling their new CPU, code-named Zen. This drawn-out tease is designed to create a ‘rolling thunder’ of interest and establish premium positioning for AMD’s new Zen processor…It appears to be working so far, as interest is high with the OEMs, press, and other analysts I’m talking with. I’m impressed, too."Read more
AMD takes the fight to Intel with Ryzen CPU
“AMD is saying that it can comfortably match the performance of an $1,100 Intel chip with a non-optimised Ryzen, with the suggestion that it will beat it before launch, once Precision Boost comes online… 'We have the performance and the power,' [Lisa Su] said. Such a demonstration fills us with much-needed confidence that AMD really is on track to once again challenge Intel in the performance desktop space … the immediate future looks bright for AMD.”
‘Zen’ core showcases AMD at its best
AMD provides additional architectural details and a first look at the performance of the new, ground-up “Zen” processor core, designed to scale across all of AMD’s CPU business, from enthusiast desktop platforms to enterprise-class severs and notebooks, to embedded and semi-custom products.