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AMD recently had a conference call detailing its near- and long-term roadmaps. The company disclosed the path it is taking with the new Bulldozer and Bobcat cores.
AMD's next-gen Opteron platform packs a punch - dual-socket setup will see 24 cores, 96GB of DDR3 memory and anywhere between 68.2 and 85.3GB/s of system bandwidth.
AMD used Day Zero of Computex Taipei 2009 to announce its Opteron 2400 series, a sexa-core processor formerly known as Istanbul. But, where's the announced server/workstation platform?
We've received numerous AMD Opteron articles in our inbox. Sadly, the authors of several articles clearly had no idea about codenames and claimed that "Magny-Cours" is an abbreviation for Many Cores. Oh my...
Recently, we heard that AMD cooled down its relationship with Broadcom and nVidia on the server/workstation chipset side. The reason for that is a certain Ferrari-owned racetrack.
Ferrari just released a free Ferrari-themed racing game which seems to be forced hand by the Volvo game, even though clearly both were in development at the same time.
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