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Author Topic: Raja Koduri feels AMD's software ecosystem is meaningless without Intel  (Read 729 times)

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Intel's Raja Koduri laid out the position of the company in key markets such as PC, CPU, GPU, FPGA, data center, interconnect, and memory compared to the competition. During the presentation, Raja felt that AMD has no meaningful software ecosystem without Intel and that the 'Red' team lacks a memory and interconnect strategy. He also dwelt upon Intel's OneAPI strategy to make it easy for developers to code for multiple Intel architectures.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Raja-Koduri-feels-AMD-s-software-ecosystem-is-meaningless-without-Intel.420483.0.html

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It'd be interesting to understand the reasoning behind his highlighting all those issues. He came to AMD and it was a shtickhole? He wanted to fix something and they didn't let him?  The atmosphere didn't let him create and innovate? Lisa ate his dinner? Genuinely curious.

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Intel's public statement seem to get sadder and sadder. "Raja also spoke about Intel's OneAPI project that aims to unify software development for Intel's architectures across CPU, GPU, AI, and FPGA. He said,

We’ve got to have one developer experience. Today we sometimes make working with Intel like working with ten different companies.”"

He describes a major weakness they have vs the unified single company gpu and cpu ecosystem, says they are trying to fix it even tho they dont make decent GPUs, andexpect us to believe he is describing a competitive advantage they have.

just as surreal was intel describing their lousy financial forecasts as ~ an adjustmet period as we transition away from pcS into more lucrative fields.

ru serious? the market transitioned away from intel! Are they boasting of cleverly walking away from over 50% of their revenue?

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Intel's software ecosystem is meaningless without the 64bit extension of the x86 processor architecture (x86_64) which is better known as AMD64.

 

 
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