CCL Makers Poised to Gain from AMD PCIe 4.0 Server CPU Launch


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As AMD has newly launched second-generation EPYC processors, dubbed Rome 7002 series, as the world's first 7nm x86 server CPUs that support PCIe 4.0, Taiwan-based CCL makers ITEQ and Elite Material (EMC) are poised to embrace new business opportunities arising from the new server transmission architecture of PCIe Gen 4.

The sources said that both ITEQ and EMC have tapped into the supply chain for AMD's new server CPUs as their high-frequency and high-speed CCL products have passed relevant specs validations. Both suppliers have completed their capacity and technology deployments, ready to embrace new orders from the client end.

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