Intel's success would bring the new AMD release forward, while a sizeable acquisition was closed. Additionally, AMD has announced that their latest quarterly results show the company has increased its market share in the x86 market by breaking a 15-year record.
This improvement is thanks to increased demand for AMD products from consumers and businesses. In the meantime, they have managed to close a significant acquisition. According to outside reports, they would bring forward the official release of the next generation of chips.
Intel's recent series of processors has been a success, gaining quite a bit of popularity in a short period. This has prompted AMD management to unveil the Ryzen 7000 family based on the Zen 4 architecture several months early. We should still be cautious about the news, although there are some more technical details this time, which is encouraging.
According to AMD's latest announcement, the Zen 4 architecture will feature an 18 percent increase in IPC (instructions per cycle), along with higher clock speeds. This will make it an even more powerful option for gamers and content creators.
According to their recent CES announcements, the expected release date for the product is in the second half of the year. However, given the current update, it is likely that the release will occur earlier than anticipated. This would certainly be surprising, as the manufacturer has typically not brought forward new generations, and shortening the timetable by several months would be an outstanding development.
Progress has been made in the biggest AMD purchase to date, as the Xilinx acquisition has officially closed. The $50 billion deal is anticipated to improve the company's position in the data center segment.
The merger will allow the two companies to build on the work of more than 15,000 engineers. In addition, we are interested in following further developments in the desktop and notebook space.