SAN FRANCISCO–Advanced Micro Devices tried on Tuesday to make the case that its 64-bit processor line adds up to a better deal than Intel’s Pentium 4 family, which remain 32-bit chips.
With the hype built around embedded systems as the future for computing, AMD sees themselves competing up front with Texas Instruments and Xilinx for a fair share in the embedded systems market.
The new Athlon 64 chip offers capabilities that Intel’s 32-bit Pentium can’t. But will that matter to mainstream PC buyers?
Talk about a turn of events. And you’d have thought things like these only happen in soap ops. For those in the know, the rumours have been going on for ages–”Yamhill” for those with worse memory than I. Guess for some, a dream will almost come to an end.
Intel has denied rumors that processors based on its 90nm-process Prescott and Dothan cores may be delayed. Louis Burns, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Desktop Platforms Group (DPG), speaking at last week’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF), said that Intel’s development of 90nm wafer fabrication technology is proceeding on schedule.
Yes, AMD Athlon 64 will be officially launched next friday at Sim Lim Square. Computing willl never be the same as before with 64bit processors. Check them out!
Intel Corporation today showed how the digital home vision is becoming a reality with new products, technologies and services that enable consumers to enjoy content anywhere, anytime and on any device at home.
The mini PC market has been exploding recently, and with the entry of the ABIT Engineered DigiDice, it’s about to go thermo-nuclear. ABIT’s DigiDice mini barebone goes where other mini PCs don’t even dare.
AMD today launched the AMD64 Logo Program to help consumers and IT decision makers identify hardware and software products ready for AMD64, a new class of computing technology that can run current and next-generation software on the same processor at the same time.
The Athlon 64 chip from AMD is coming out toward the end of September, and software that takes full advantage of the chip won’t be that far behind.
IBM will incorporate the Opteron processor from AMD into a workstation next year, an endorsement that could help AMD gain acceptance in the crucial corporate market.
Hewlett-Packard has released a new low-end blade server using Intel’s Pentium M processor originally designed for laptop computers.
Seeking to fend off a sudden charge from AMD, Intel is still working on its code-named “Yamhill” technology for 32/64-bit processor designs, according to a report from investment banking firm American Technology Research Corp.
AMD today announced immediate availability of the AMD Opteron™ processor Model 246, designed to provide outstanding performance for servers and workstations.
Intel today has unveiled their the latest Pentium 4 processor based on 0.13 micron Northwood core with clock speed tops out at a high 3.2Ghz and this also spark the end of the Northwood cores. Pentium 4 3.2Ghz is based on the newer 800Mhz system bus and continues incorporating all the nice features of the
So how will the 3200+ hold up to Intel’s latest offering, with both chipsets tested supporting Dual Channel DDR 400, and both CPU’s running their latest bus speeds? Let’s take a look…
Intel today sparks a new milestone by launching a whole new family of mobile processors for the fast growing mobile market and it is not just a typical newer or faster mobile processor that Intel is announcing today but Intel Centrino™ Mobile Technology that will bring joy to the consumers. Intel Centrino™ Mobile Technology is