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AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su to Deliver Keynote at CES 2021

Dr. Lisa Su, AMD President and CEO

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) just announced that AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su will keynote during CES 2021, the world’s most influential technology event. Dr. Su will present the AMD vision for the future of research, education, work, entertainment and gaming, including a portfolio of high-performance computing and graphics solutions. This will be the first time the CES keynote series will be available in real time to registered attendees around the world.

“AMD technology is at the heart of some of today’s most popular consumer products and services. As we push the envelope on performance, we expand what is possible in personal computing, gaming and online services and experiences,” said Dr. Lisa Su, President and CEO of AMD. “I look forward to sharing exciting new technology developments at CES 2021, and what it will mean to the way we live, work, learn and play.”

Dr. Su has held the position of AMD president and chief executive officer since October 2014, and serves on the AMD Board of Directors. In 2014, she was chief operating officer responsible for integrating AMD’s business units, sales, global operations and infrastructure enablement teams into a single market-facing organization responsible for product strategy and execution. Dr. Su joined AMD in January 2012 as senior vice president and general manager, global business units and was responsible for driving end-to-end business execution of AMD products and solutions. Following a keynote at CES 2019, this will be the second time Dr. Su will present a CES keynote.

Dr. Su joins recently announced keynote speaker Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg. The CES keynote schedule will be updated regularly as keynote speakers are announced. Top visionaries and thought leaders are expected to speak and share insights on premiere technologies during CES 2021.

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