Lisa SU, the CEO of the Microprocessor and computer Chip manufacturer AMD, is all set to join the board of the Cisco Networking system.
To Lisa’s credit, AMD was once struggling due to underperformance. However, the eminent CEO brought it back on track of success. AMD is now soaring to new heights under the leadership of Lisa Su.
Lisa SU joining Cisco Board is a Great News for AMD
The Chairman and CEO of the Cisco Systems Chuck Robbins said,
“Lisa is an accomplished business leader with deep expertise in the semiconductor industry,” He added. “We look forward to her contributions to Cisco’s board and our business as we continue to develop groundbreaking technologies, and a new internet for the 5G era that will help our customers innovate faster than ever before.”
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Better Prospects of Newer Collaboration
Cisco is the world leader in Networking solutions and hardware. The company has a powerful hold in the server market as it provides the best in class Unified System servers that mostly use the Intel Chips. In such a scenario, when for years AMD has just been counted as a second choice for Chip, the CEO of AMD joining Cisco board is a landmark happening for AMD. The appointment of Lisa SU to the board CEO depicts that there would be a collaboration between Cisco and AMD in the future.
EPYC Processors Gaining Momentum
The latest processors from AMD known as EPYC ROME have already started gaining momentum in the Enterprise market. The companies across the board still prefer Intel’s Xeon Processors; however, due to the issues with Intel’s CPUU storage, etc., AMD may have newer prospects for the enterprise customers.
As per Dominic Daninger, Nor-Tech, vice president of engineering at
“You hear all kinds of things like maybe the floating-point math isn’t quite like Intel’s and all kinds of fear, uncertainty, and doubt,”
Lisa SU talks about better Growth of EPYC
Lisa SU said,
“The key metric is more top-tier brands adopting EPYC and talking about that publicly,” while talking about the stronger sales of the second generation of the AMD EPYC processors for the enterprise clients.
A positive Move
Cisco’s current range of AMD based systems include the USC C4200 series rack server chassis and USC C125 M5 rack server nodes. The collaboration can further strengthen in the future as the CEO joins the board.