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CES 2021

AMD unwraps new server chips in latest grab for Intel business

Move follows bigger rival's new CPUs and steps to overcome production delays

Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su touts the U.S. chipmaker's new products at the CES 2021 event on Jan. 13. (Screenshot courtesy of AMD)

TAIPEI -- U.S. chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday unveiled a wide range of processors for notebooks, gaming consoles and data center servers, in an aggressive play for more of bigger rival Intel's market share.

Speaking at the CES electronics event, AMD CEO Lisa Su hinted that the company's latest generation of server chips would surpass those made by Intel.

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