AMD has something to announce on 06.11.2018, that is already clear. AMD's CEO Lisa Su had already held both the event itself and the exact timing on Tuesday, Oct. November, given. To this end, she also briefly stated that these are products and technologies in the 7-nm process and that the whole thing is mainly based on commercial use such as data center.
I remember the first Horizon event in December 2016, where we were first introduced to the technology of the Epyc CPUs and Radeon Instinct in Sonoma – and then gallantly shifted towards the consumer market. So this time already in November and it will be interesting to know at the same time what exactly AMD is planning and how one will try to take advantage of this current technological advantage in the manufacturing process.
At that time, by the way, one also experienced the metamorphosis of the previously exclusively used term Zen to the now well-known Ryzen – at that time a nice surprise, not only for those present on site. Even if this time it should be "only" commercially usable products, a good outlook and a taste of upcoming consumer products, such as a new Ryzen generation and new graphics cards, you should certainly still get.
In addition, I still have the strategy of connecting several smaller GPUs to a large one with fabric, which has almost been lost in a minor sentence, still quite well in my ear. Threadripper/Epyc vs. Ocore i9/Xeon – Modules against a monolith. Perhaps AMD's response to Nvidia's Turing can be much smaller than generally expected? Let's just be surprised!
Since I will visit this event next Tuesday quite exclusively and of course i will also report about it within the limits of what is allowed, you will have to give up on me next week, at least verbally and to the usual extent – unless AMD already exists in Real-time information priced. Whether and how much you will learn about the new Ryzen CPUs, Vega 20 or completely new products – let's just be surprised!