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Chris Maxcer
Intel Beats AMD's Barcelona to the Quad-Core Punch
09/06/07 3:53 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 537 Words

"Frankly, AMD's Opteron was a really terrific and transformative technology . If you look back to what was happening in the x86 space before Opteron, it was a 32-bit only platform, and that attitude was rabidly enforced by Intel, which basically...

John P. Mello Jr.
Intel, AMD Wage High-Stakes Battle Over Low-End Laptops
05/22/07 10:19 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 856 Words

Caught in a Cross Fire
OLPC is being victimized, according to Vota, by the savage dislike between Intel and its chief competitor, Sunnyvale, Calif.-based AMD , which makes the processor used by the OLPC laptop.

"Both companies are playing...

Jay Lyman
Intel Matches AMD with 64-Bit Pentiums
02/22/05 12:02 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 523 Words

Intel has finally matched its foe AMD in delivering 64-bit silicon solutions to the market in the form of five new Pentium 4 processors. The market, however, may not be ready for the more powerful chips . Intel said the new desktop chips...

Susan B. Shor
AMD Crafts Chipset for Portable Video
01/03/05 10:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 397 Words

... AMD today announced another product in direct competition with Intel , a chipset designed for portable video devices. The AMD Alchemy Au1200 is a low-power, high-speed processor that AMD said will allow for the speedy transfer of video files without sucking up...

Jay Lyman
AMD, Intel Stick with Speed for Gamers
10/18/04 1:19 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 448 Words

... AMD and Intel have shifted focus away from processor clock speed toward such issues such as power and heat. But the gigahertz are still climbing in one market segment: the ultra high-end, where gaming enthusiasts want the fastest silicon available. It is...

Keith Regan
I-Marketing Interview: AMD
07/20/01 8:27 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 975 Words

Sunnyvale, California-based AMD considers the Internet an ideal channel for talking with partners and generating sales leads, but questions the use of online advertising as a brand-building medium. The company, by its own estimates, holds a 17 percent share of the PC processor...

Staff Writer
Intel To Sell 64-Bit Xeon as AMD Opteron Rival
02/18/04 9:29 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 657 Words

The Xeon announcement, after all, could be viewed by some as backpedaling in light of AMD's highly successful Opteron 64-bit architecture.

Questions About Release

Indeed, Intel's Xeon announcement comes several months after rival AMD released its Opteron...

Rob Enderle
AMD's 50/15, HP's Hurd Hit, Apple's 'Catastrophic' Decline
12/18/06 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1651 Words

AMD Changing the World
The AMD 50x15 initiative is one of those rare things where corporate financial goals and humanitarian goals appear closely aligned. With under 15 percent of the world population able to use the Web, there is a...

Jay Lyman
Intel Gets to Core in Competition With AMD
03/08/06 2:44 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 507 Words

Rival Advanced Micro Devices has made some market gains in a number of PC market segments recently, and Intel is now flexing its muscles in the face of AMD's gains, Kay said.

"This changes the game and puts AMD on...

Jay Lyman
AMD's Spansion Bets on Serial Flash Memory
11/03/04 1:14 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 516 Words

AMD-Fujitsu silicon subsidiary Spansion has announced backing of an emerging Flash memory standard with a new family of processors intended for...

ECT News Business Desk
AMD Meets Expectations After Rattled Markets
07/14/04 3:47 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 661 Words

AMD, however, said it expected sales to rise only modestly in the third quarter, and its shares fell 2 percent in after-hours trading.

Expectations Matched

In its second quarter, the Sunnyvale, California-based company reported a profit...

Rob Enderle
The Race That Wasn't: Choose Your Partners Wisely
06/27/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1388 Words

I attended, as AMD's guest, the F1 Race in Indianapolis where 14 out of the 20 cars racing, including the Intel car, left the race after the parade lap. Sharing the experience with me was a group of AMD's closest friends, mostly...

Fred J. Aun
Toshiba Starts Seeing Other Chips
05/29/07 11:32 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 566 Words

That could change, as Japanese electronics giant Toshiba confirmed Tuesday it plans to use AMD processors in some of its laptops. The deal would pull the plug on an arrangement under which the company is buying chips exclusively from Intel. While the AMD...

Jennifer LeClaire
Dell Steadfast in Midst of x86 Battle
09/26/05 11:33 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 587 Words

Meanwhile, AMD also said today that IBM , Hewlett-Packard and Sun are using its new dual-core Opteron . The announcements undoubtedly heighten the competition between AMD and rival Intel. Analysts said the X86 dual-core processor market is one to watch as AMD and...

Rob Enderle
Technology's New Olympic Record
08/18/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1469 Words

But we've talked enough about that, and this week let's look at some of the technologies that have helped make this Olympics unique from vendors like Cisco , AMD , Microsoft and Lenovo . I think this showcases what cooperation between China and...

Jeffrey Hill and Tom Karol
All Signs Point to Virtualization
07/17/08 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 903 Words

A recently published Aberdeen benchmark, Virtual Strategies: Managing Servers, Desktops and Storage for Infrastructure Efficiency (May 2008) , found that 92 percent of companies have implemented some type of server virtualization. AMD and Intel have implemented enhancements to their chipsets that enhance virtual...

Teri Robinson
The Future Microchip Marketplace
10/03/02 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 720 Words

While Intel has produced its Itanium processors, drawing accolades from industry watchers, arch-rival AMD's long-promised 64-bit Clawhammer chip has been delayed.

When the 64-bit processor battle eventually does erupt, it may resemble the war for desktop market share. For many years,...

Richard Adhikari
Intel Maps Out Course to Eight-Core Nehalem
03/18/08 1:28 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1136 Words

Intel vs. AMD
Observers have noted that the Nehalem's L3 integrated memory cache is similar to AMD's Barcelona chip design .

That, Wang said, is a good thing. "Nehalem puts Intel on the same ground as AMD."

Over...

Rob Enderle
Fighting for Leadership in the PC World
10/11/04 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1298 Words

With PC vendors warning of financial shortfalls and buyers having difficulty justifying new PC purchases, there is an opportunity for a change. AMD , VIA and Transmeta each have different ideas on how to do that, while IBM Microelectronics may be secretly planning...

Keith Regan
EC Widens Its Antitrust Probe of Intel
09/11/06 1:50 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 625 Words


AMD had asked German officials to look into its complaints about Media Markt in July, saying its inability to gain access to the chain's customers greatly hurt its ability to be competitive in Europe. Media Markt has carried only Intel-based...

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