AMD moves into development of next-gen PlayStation and Xbox console chips

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According to the most recent information published on the LinkedIn job site, AMD recruits additional developers. They are currently looking for “Chip System Verification Engineers” to help develop Xbox, PlayStation, and the latest RDNA architecture chips.

Develop the next generation

Their primary responsibility is to assist in the development of next-generation chip projects. According to reports, the team is based in Markham, Ontario, Canada. The engineer will be responsible for designing the complicated next-generation SoC, as well as playing a critical role in SOC verification and working with the AMD team on the next-generation chip development project.

credits – techradar.com

Overseas media assume this means Sony and Microsoft are working on the next-gen host platform, which could be an upgraded version of the Xbox Series X|S, a new PS Slim, or a PS6. There is currently no information on the next generation of consoles, however, IT House will keep you posted as more information becomes available.

AMD’s new chip design

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Given the previous rules, large manufacturers often begin filing and development two years before release. This is quite common in the console industry. After all, the chip is one of the most crucial components in the console, so it’s the hardest part of the job. It takes a long time to design a decent chip, and I hope the new host platform doesn’t disappoint you.

AMD moves into development of next-gen PlayStation and Xbox console chips
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It should be noted that the team will be involved in the design and development of the latest generation of AMD’s RDNA family GPU chips in addition to the XSX|S and PS5 chips, so we can assume that the next generation of hosts and AMD’s next-generation Radeon Ryzen graphics cards/processors will have a similar architecture.

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