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Forrest Norrod On Why AMD EPYC 'Rome Kicks A**'

‘There's a class of customers for whom I think they're going to really be surprised to see how much this thing kicks a** in Java,’ says AMD Senior Vice President Forrest Norrod.

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How did you feel about the internal Intel memo that talked about AMD? Did you read that?

Yeah, I read it.

What did you think? Was it a pretty good analysis?

I don't want to comment on their internal analysis. Let me stress one thing: Intel is a great company. They're a formidable competitor. I do not take them lightly at all, and we should never take them lightly. If my team shows the slightest hint of getting complacent, I quickly disabuse [them] of that notion.

We're in a super tough industry with a super tough competitor. We've got a fantastic product. But we should never, ever be complacent, and we're always going to treat them with the utmost respect. I'm going to put up direct, factual comparisons. I think that's appropriate. But I do not need to slam them in any way. And look, I'm not going to comment on an internal leaked memo just as I would hope they would not comment anything that leaked out of AMD. That's just not appropriate.

 

 

 
 
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