Unveiling the Power of Threadripper 7000: AMD’s Deep Dive into AI PCs

AMD unveiled the Ryzen 8040 series of mobile CPUs along with new Instinct hardware for datacenter, marking the likely beginning of the AI PC era. Jason Banta, AMD’s client CPU chief, discussed the capabilities of the Ryzen 8000 series of mobile chips in enabling local chatbot and AI-powered features, introducing the Ryzen AI Software for adapting large language model AI for Ryzen CPUs. David McAfee, corporate vice president of client channel, highlighted the return of Threadripper 7000 to client PCs and AMD’s focus on client development, while Mahesh Balasubramanian, director of product marketing at AMD, delved into the enterprise Instinct platform and APUs’ implications for enterprise AI. Overall, AMD’s latest developments indicate that the AI evolution has only just begun.