Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), the US-based semiconductor maker, is expecting the demand for chips to increase as the market heads for a megacycle of high-performance solutions and edge computing devices. Certainly, it is a drastic shift, driven by cloud adoption and the launch of the 5G networks.
Mark Papermaster, CTO and Executive VP at AMD, believes that there is a deviation coming in terms of demand for performance as businesses have transformed their system to run to the cloud. Therefore, they are now seeing 5G starting to roll out, and artificial intelligence makes its way across industries.
In addition, AMD has recently launched its third-generation EPYC processor called codenamed Milan. This was with the help of the India Development Centre to build the server system on chips as well as IP development.