hiermal in Erinnerung gerufen eine schöne aussage zum semicustom Bereich, zen betreffend:
Unidentified Company Representative
I guess, last question from me then is, you mentioned the semi-custom business, obviously, that's been a big growth area for you guys, exciting new development with a non-game console products coming out, as you mentioned. What opportunities do you see for further wins outside of game consoles and you have real growth in that business?
I would say, this is an area where we are very careful about what we say. But I would say, the pipeline is healthy. There are opportunities, and in particular, even the Zen-based products, I think, the emphasis is going to be even higher that can we now take, we with our partners take the Zen-based core into a semi-custom business that is multiple millions of units, and I think that's a possibility.
Stardock / Oxide CEO Brad Wardell had this to say in a press release:
“I’ve always been vocal about taking advantage of every ounce of performance the PC has to offer. That’s why I’m a strong proponent of DirectX 12 and Vulkan® because of the way these APIs allow us to access multiple CPU cores, and that’s why the AMD Ryzen processor has so much potential,” said Stardock and Oxide CEO Brad Wardell. “As good as AMD Ryzen is right now – and it’s remarkably fast – we’ve already seen that we can tweak games like Ashes of the Singularity to take even more advantage of its impressive core count and processing power. AMD Ryzen brings resources to the table that will change what people will come to expect from a PC gaming experience.”