Partner Blog | New Copilot+ PCs bring partner opportunity

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Our guest contributor for today’s blog is Mark Linton, Vice President, Device Partner Sales at Microsoft.

Today on our Microsoft campus we introduced the world to an entirely new category of Windows PCs designed for AI, Copilot+ PCs. Our device partners joined us at the launch event to showcase their latest PC designs. After years partnering together on the design and engineering of this amazing portfolio, I am incredibly proud of the innovation on display today. The new scenarios, experiences and solutions for customers enabled by this new AI generation of computing will be transformative, as are the partner opportunities created for our ecosystem around the world. 

Copilot+ PCs are the fastest, most intelligent Windows PCs ever built. With powerful new silicon capable of an incredible 40+ NPU TOPS (trillion operations per second), they offer efficient AI workload processing at the edge. Today, we featured designs powered with Snapdragon X Elite and Snapdragon X Plus processors. We’re thrilled to begin this journey with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. on their latest processors for the Windows platform — and we’re excited for the innovation coming from our partners at AMD and Intel over the coming months. 


These Copilot+ PCs are a game-changer, and we’re leading the industry with the scale only the Microsoft ecosystem can provide. The partner opportunities created by this technology shift are significant.  


With Copilot+ PCs, device partners can build next generation hardware equipped with on board capability, enabling customers to benefit from AI software, tools and experiences running at the edge, as well as in the cloud. Here is the device portfolio our partners announced today: 


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