AMD lifts the veil
Subject: General Tech | July 27, 2007 - 11:53 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A lot of news about AMDs plans for the near future were revealed by their executives at the Technology Analysts Day. Catch [H]ard|OCP's coverage of their plans for multipurpose processors, new core structures, including a mysterious Bulldozer core that is touted to be able to share the work of a single thread amongst it's cores ... something no AMD or Intel Dual or Quad core can currently manage.
There were also a number of roadmaps revealed, including 4 way Crossfire, as well as 3 way, which they do have working. They also cover desktop and notebook roadmaps, as well as introducing a new Pipe core.
Ryan was there as well, so do not miss his coverage of this huge event for AMD.
Last, but not least; make sure to give Ryan and Wise a pat on the back ... it's System Administrator Day!
"AMD CTOs chime in this morning on what exactly is AMD's plan for the future. In that we see AMD's next generation
desktop and server parts revealed - the BULLDOZER. Along with that, M-SPACE, BOBCAT, and FALCON FUSION Family."
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