Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(NASDAQ:AMD) reported the availability of its ‘Radeon™ Pro WX’ series of graphics cards. It is the firm’s new workstation graphics offering advanced to meet the growing needs of creative experts. The new series is designed around various transformational inflection factors that are dramatically transforming the way content is developed, including the emergence of real-time game engines, the rise of virtual reality, the fame of low-overhead APIs, and the emergence of open-source applications and tools.
Advanced Micro launched new series showcase a revolutionary methodology for professionals rooted in a promise to advanced, feature-rich hardware and open, non-proprietary software that allows people to truly craft the art of the impossible. It harnesses Polaris architecture-based GPUs showcasing fourth generation GCN technology and developed on the 14nm FinFET mechanism.
The cards boast future-proof1 monitor provision, able to manage a 5K HDR display through DisplayPort 1.4,2 cover advanced multimedia IP with provision for HEVC encoding and decoding3. It also supports TrueAudio Next for VR, and sports quiet and cool operation with a focus on energy efficiency. The graphic cards are designed and manufactured by Advanced Micro with a consistent bill of quality components and materials.
As a testament to company’s commitment to premium products, each new retail graphic card comes with VIP customer support, a three-year warranty4 and now sports an optional extended limited warranty upon customer and product registration.
Ogi Brkic of Advanced Micro said that Radeon™ Pro displays a powerful move towards a holistic approach to develop content, offering consumers full creative autonomy, the prospect to record gains across the ecosystem. It also gives an ability to develop free of constraint from patented tools. The line of workstation graphics hardware is developed to empower the next-gen of exceptional content, crossing latest industry inflection points and allowing creators to achieve the art of the impossible.
With the shares price tripling in the past one year alone, shareholders see a major scope ahead for Advanced Micro. As longtime second swindles to peers in the PC CPU industry, the company has benefited significantly from a revival of interest in graphics exhaustive computing in different markets.