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    Milan Chip for Data Centers as an Alternative

    The company’s Milan Data Center processor is faster than Intel’s current best data center chips, the company said. Santa Clara, California-based AMD designs the chip but taps Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd to fabricate the chip using TSMC’s 7-nanometer chipmaking process.

    Advanced Micro Devices released a new data center chip aimed at taking away more market share from rival Intel Corp.

    The company’s “Milan” data center processor is faster than Intel’s current best data center chips, the company said. Santa Clara, California-based AMD designs the chip but taps Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd to fabricate the chip using TSMC’s 7-nanometer chipmaking process.

    The use of an outside manufacturing partner has helped AMD capitalize on problems at Intel, which has a different strategy of internally making its own chips and has struggled with delays in its most recent generation of factory technology. The “Milan” chip and its predecessor have both outperformed Intel’s chips, helping AMD gain market share and land customers such as Alphabet Inc’s Google.

    Intel, however, plans to hit back. Analysts expect it to launch its newest “Ice Lake” server chip in the coming weeks, which will be the first one made on Intel’s 10-nanometer manufacturing technology that is the performance equivalent of TSMC’s 7-nanometer technology used for AMD’s “Milan” chip.

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