Advanced Micro Devices Inc. finally gave Wall Street a direct look at its data-center business Tuesday, and it's very easy to like what Lisa Su showed.
Research firm Canalys two weeks said that demand for consumer and education PCs has slowed after the markets became saturated during the pandemic with sales to remote workers and students. It also flagged inflation concerns after the industry posted its third consecutive quarter of decline. AMD CEO Lisa Su called the PC downturn a natural progression after a long period of high demand, but said that the market for high performance and adaptive computing is "great."
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. CEO Lisa Su told analysts on Thursday that demand for personal computers has slowed in 2022 after two strong years. Her remarks came on the same day that news surfaced of a hiring freeze at Intel Corp.'s PC desktop and laptop chip division, the biggest unit by sales at AMD's semiconductor neighbor in Santa Clara. Intel's PC desktop and laptop chip unit's revenue dropped dropped 12% in the most recent quarter.
Gigabyte has announced its intention to show off AM5 motherboards at Computex this year, with support for AMD's upcoming Zen 4 CPUs, and a tacit admission that AMD is likely to be talking up its new Ryzen processor generation at Dr. Lisa Su's Computex CEO Keynote on Monday morning. And...
Over the weekend MIT named one of its buildings in honor of one of its alumni: the current CEO and chair of AMD, Dr. Lisa Su. The Lisa T. Su Building, formerly Building 12, serves as the campus's open-access facility for nanoscale science and engineering and was built in 2018. It houses the MIT.nano Immersion Lab, which is dedicated to "visualizing, understanding, and interacting with large, multidimensional data" and prototyping tools for AR and VR.
Dr. Lisa Su, chief executive of AMD, will keynote the Computex 2022 tradeshow for the third time in a row, TAITRA, the organizer of the Computex tradeshow, and AMD announced today. The CEO of AMD will talk about the company's existing products, achievements, and innovations as well as will give a preview of some upcoming products and technologies.
In 1963, Marion Sandler made history by becoming the first female CEO of a major U.S. company, Golden West Financial. She was named co-CEO with her husband Herbert and would hold that title for 43 years. That same year, Katharine Graham became president at The Washington Post and later became...