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AMD's 5 Biggest Server Announcements At 'Next Horizon' Event

AMD dropped major news on Tuesday about its next-generation CPUs and GPUs for the data center that could give the company a leg up over Intel.

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AMD's 'Total Commitment To The Data Center'

A day after Intel announced its response to AMD's top-performing server CPU, AMD provided its own rebuttal to the semiconductor giant's advances with major data center announcements at its Next Horizon event, including a reveal of AMD's next-generation CPUs and GPUs.

Held on Tuesday, AMD's Next Horizon event shed light on the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company's much-hyped 7-nanometer processors through the lens of the data center. During the presentation, AMD CEO Lisa Su said the company is making a "total commitment to the data center."

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Mark Papermaster, AMD's CTO, previously told CRN in August that 7nm chips will increase the company's competition with Intel, which has struggled with multiple delays of its 10nm CPUs that are now set for a holiday 2019 release.

"That's what AMD has always been about — innovation — but now it's got a razor's edge to fight against larger competitors that have been dominating the industry," Papermaster had said.

Here are the five biggest announcements from AMD's Next Horizon event.

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