Commenting on AMD's decision to make ARM-based processors for servers, corporate vice president and general manager of AMD's server business,
Currently, 99% of servers available in the IT market are x86-based, but as the server industry is gradually evolving, server buyers now need more choices. By integrating the ARM architecture into its product lines, AMD is hoping to provide its clients choice, Gopalakrishnan said.
Technically, 64-bit products are more suitable for high-performance demands, and AMD believes 64-bit technology will play a key role in the future server market. In addition to focusing on 64-bit x86 products, AMD has also started developing 64-bit ARM-based products, hoping to strengthen the server ecosystem.
Gopalakrishnan pointed out that AMD's
In the future, in addition to developing servers with smaller sizes and lower power consumption, the company will also work on differentiation in terms of external computing performance and value.
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