AMD charts growth strategy

AMD today announced its growth strategy.

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has introduced new AMD 7000 Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), AMD Radeon 300 and M300 Series Graphics and AMD A-Series desktop APU updates along with next generation technologies and products to help increase growth.

AMD has unveiled new AMD 7000 Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), AMD Radeon 300 and M300 Series Graphics and AMD A-Series desktop APU updates.

The new 7000 Series AMUs featuring notebooks enables best in class gaming and entertainment.

The newly launched Series of APUs delivers customers satisfaction and protection with the support of Microsoft DirectX 12 and Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10 operating system.

The new series APUs combine a power efficient CPU, an advanced GPU and AMD Secure Processor and system I/O on a single energy efficient chip.

AMD Radeon M300 Series Graphics are based on AMD Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture and support Direct 12 for game and compute performance.

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Also, AMD has launched AMD Radeon 300 Series Graphics which is available only through OEMs and features AMD’s revolutionary GCN Architecture with full support for DirectX 12.

Additionally company has announced the availability of AMD A-Series Desktop APU update from 10th May to deliver new features and benefits to end users.

Company officials said A-Series Desktop APU update offer Windows 10 readiness including DirectX 12 Multiengine and Multiadapter features.

AMD at its 2015 Financial Analyst Day has announced its multiyear strategies to drive profitable growth by delivering next generation technologies.

AMD has unveiled details on next generation 64bit x86 and ARM processor cores, future graphics cores and modular design methodology.

The new high performance network-on-chip (NoC) technology helps to maximize design efficiency and also enable to lower cost and time to market.

Meanwhile, company has also updated its Computing and Graphics (CG) product roadmaps for APU, CPU and GPU products.

Company officials said the next generation Zen and K12 cores will bring high performance to the datacenter.

In February, AMD unveiled a new A-series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), Carrizo, for laptops, notebooks and desktops which promises a 40 percent gain in CPU energy efficiency over its predecessor, Kaveri.