AMD to Present at Barclays Capital Global Technology ConferenceMarketwire (press release)SUNNYVALE, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 22, 2011) - AMD ( NYSE : AMD) today announced that Thomas Seifert, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, will present...
ExtremeTechAMD looks to TSMC for 28nm Brazos chipInquirerCHIP DESIGNER AMD will cancel its 28nm Brazos accelerated processing unit (APU) production at Globalfoundries and move to a compeltely new design with chipshop TSMC.
AMD's Radeon HD 7000-series graphics cores should make their entrance in the market not too long away from now and recently the specifications of a wide series of the mobile version of these GPUs were leaked on the ...
AMD, a Silicon Valley fixture for more than four decades, is considering a new strategy that some experts believe could dramatically alter its protracted struggle with the Santa Clara Goliath, one of the most closely watched and acrimonious brawls...
The Brazos 2.0 platform is based on accelerated processing unit with up to two Bobcat-class x86 cores, next-generation Radeon HD 7000 graphics adapters and single-channel DDR3 memory controller. The new A68 Fusion controller hub (FCH) input/output controller (Hudson D3L) will bring support for USB 3.0 as well as Serial ATA-600 to AMD's ULV platform.
Lenovo defector and newly appointed AMD CEO Rory Read seems to be a riddle for many market watchers and vendors alike.
We don’t know him well to make any comments and we've only seen one motivational video where he wants to boost its employee’s confidence. The good news is that Read is meeting with many long time AMD customers and some of them are telling us that the chap is on the right track and that he knows what he is doing.
ExtremeTechManufacturing bombshell: AMD cancels 28nm APUs, starts from scratch at TSMCExtremeTechLast month, we published a story on how AMD may have shifted its focus from Bulldozer to Bobcat in the wake of the former's disappointing performance.
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