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Jay Lyman
Intel, AMD Engage in Virtual Combat
02/08/06 7:25 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 493 Words

Intel and AMD are duking it out again, this time putting the additional processor cores and capabilities they've built into hardware to deliver virtualization -- the running of multiple operating systems and applications on processors that are virtually carved up to carry the...

Jennifer LeClaire
AMD Pushes $299 Computer Stateside
10/03/05 11:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 564 Words

... general use PCs are becoming a reality with recent announcements from the MIT Media Lab and AMD . Chipmaker AMD began peddling a US$299 PC designed for emerging markets at U.S. Radio Shack stores over the weekend. AMD launched the the Personal...

Jay Lyman
AMD Takes Turn with Dual-Core Athlon X2
05/31/05 11:27 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 564 Words

... one holiday weekend behind its rival Intel released its dual-core Pentium D chipset, AMD this week announced the Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor that, much like Intel's offering, is aimed at rolling the new chip technology into the wider marketplace of desktop...

Susan B. Shor
AMD Hopes PIC Unlocks High-Growth Markets
10/28/04 9:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 404 Words

... AMD is taking its "50x15" plan to India in a partnership with telecommunications company Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (VSNL) in a move analysts said blurred the lines between consumer and computing devices. VSNL will market AMD's Personal Internet Communicator (PIC) to Tata...

Susan B. Shor
AMD Claims It Will Beat Intel with Dual-Core Opteron
10/06/04 10:11 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 459 Words

Advanced Micro Devices ' dual-core Opteron processor will boost performance 30 to 55 percent over single-core Opterons, the company said at the Fall Processor Forum yesterday. AMD also said it is on target to release the chips for one- to eight-way servers in...

Jay Lyman
AMD and IBM Extend Chip Processing Deal
09/22/04 11:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 510 Words

... AMD and IBM are extending their microprocessor manufacturing collaboration deal another three years and will now continue working together on next-generation computer chips through 2008, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing from AMD this week. The extension, which has...

Jay Lyman
AMD Makes Athlon 64 Thinner, Lighter
05/07/04 1:47 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 545 Words

... AMD is pushing its Athlon 64 processor further into the mobile-computing world with new models designed to provide low-power performance in the thin and light notebook market. The Sunnyvale, California-based chipmaker announced its Athlon 64 2800+ and 2700+, immediately available worldwide, offering...

John P. Mello Jr.
AMD Aims to Shimmy Into Ultrabook Turf With Ultrathins
01/18/12 10:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 688 Words

However, Intel's archrival, AMD , isn't sitting on its silicon when it comes to thin computers. It has a version of its upcoming Trinity chip designed for super slim notebooks, and it expects to enter the "ultra" fray with a so-called ultrathin line...

Brian R. Hook
Analyst: Apple Could Be Weighing AMD Acquisition
04/20/10 11:01 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 309 Words

... are flying once again that Apple may drop Intel for AMD to supply the maker of personal computers with microprocessors, but hardly anyone is talking. The latest round of speculation follows a report by AppleInsider that AMD representatives have been spotted several...

Rob Enderle
AMD, HP and How Crisis Can Drive Major Changes
10/13/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1386 Words

This week, three things happened that I can tie back into this theme. AMD , driven by crisis, provided a strong example of how the U.S. could address its financial crisis by changing what was a going-out-of-business disadvantage into a potential competitive advantage.

Walaika Haskins
AMD's Griffin, Puma Pounce on Mobile Market
05/18/07 1:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 532 Words

... AMD executives began spreading the word Friday about the company's code name for its new next-generation mobile microprocessor, named "Griffin," as well as its new platform for notebook computers, known as "Puma." Expected to debut in laptops in the latter half of...

Jennifer LeClaire
AMD Mothballs Low-End Personal Internet Communicator
11/14/06 2:31 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 458 Words

Introduced in 2004, the PIC was supposed to be a long-term investment for AMD, "so to say it's not making money seems a little odd. In the early years of any investment, you often have a negative cash flow, because it's a...

Rob Enderle
AMD Opens Up, Windows 95 Father Returns, Ask.com Impresses
09/25/06 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1306 Words

Last week AMD fired an early volley at Intel by broadening an initiative designed to unite the entire slate of remaining non-Intel chip companies, making me wonder, had this happened earlier would Apple have made its Intel move? Meanwhile, Brad Chase, the father...

Jay Lyman
Intel, AMD Move Toward Mobile Battle
08/23/05 12:15 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 657 Words

... nearly two weeks of market speculation, Intel this week began detailing its switch from existing NetBurst chip architecture to a new processor platform that borrows heavily from its Pentium M mobile chip, a move that rival AMD is paralleling in order to...

Susan B. Shor
Dual-Core Duel for AMD, Intel
02/25/05 11:11 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 629 Words

The company, hot on the heels of AMD , announced it would release a 64-bit Pentium 4 processor for PCs by midyear, ending AMD's sole proprietorship of the 64-bit world, and promised to unveil more details of its dual-core strategy at the forum.

Jay Lyman
AMD Hardens Network Security with New Alchemy Chip
02/24/04 10:38 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 643 Words

... the RSA security conference in San Francisco Tuesday, chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices announced a new, security-enhanced Alchemy Au1550 network processor aimed at bolstering security without bogging down servers and applications . AMD said the Au1550 -- armed to support both SSL and...

Keith Regan
AMD Predicts Sales Shortfall, Blames SARS
06/25/03 10:36 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 442 Words

... two chipmaker AMD has announced its second-quarter sales will fall short of expectations by some US$100 million, a gap the company blamed on SARS-related sales slowdowns in the Asia-Pacific region. AMD said concerns and lifestyle changes brought about by severe acute respiratory...

Peter Suciu
AMD's Budget-Friendly Radeon RX 460 Makes It Easier to Get in the Game
08/09/16 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 694 Words

Built around AMD's fourth-generation GCN architecture, the Radeon RX 460 offers a peak performance of 2.2 TFLOPS with support for 1080p frame rates. It is designed to remain both cool and quiet, thanks to its Polaris architecture, which adapts to card temperature...

Rob Enderle
The Rebirth of the Hybrid Laptop: AMD's Opportunity
01/09/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1424 Words

... week, an announcement from Lenovo got me thinking of Rory Read, AMD's new CEO, who made some cryptic remarks about AMD going into ARM and no longer chasing Intel . Now, there are a number of hybrid or crossover products that...

Walaika Haskins
AMD to Open Up Graphics Processors' Streaming Floodgates
11/14/08 1:39 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 534 Words

... AMD announced Thursday it will release an update to its ATI Catalyst driver in December. The free download will enable users to tap into their ATI Radeon graphics cards' heretofore hidden ATI Stream acceleration capabilities the company has already built into millions...

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