TBreak has a conducted a Q&A session with CPU Maker AMD’s
General Manager in the Middle East & Africa region, Dr. Gaith Kadir. Acknowledging
the shortage of sample availability for higher-end CPUs in the region during
the recent AM2 launch, he said that AMD is working hard to allocate enough samples
in the future to allow widespread coverage for their future launches. They went
on to talk about upcoming AMD products- the K8L, which is very much on schedule.
The K8L is AMD’s upcoming quad core CPU that will consume no more power
than their current dual core solutions at identical speeds. The move to 65nm
manufacturing process will begin with the Opteron and then the Athlon64 line-up
in the next few months. Dr. Kadir emphasized on AMD’s ability to quickly
shift to 42nm process in the future. It seems 65nm AMD Processors are just around
the corner, perhaps in the next one two months we should start seeing them.

amdint1  TBreaks Q&A with AMD: 65nm Opterons

TBreak has a conducted a Q&A session with CPU Maker AMD’s
General Manager in the Middle East & Africa region, Dr. Gaith Kadir. Acknowledging
the shortage of sample availability for higher-end CPUs in the region during
the recent AM2 launch, he said that AMD is working hard to allocate enough samples
in the future to allow widespread coverage for their future launches. They went
on to talk about upcoming AMD products- the K8L, which is very much on schedule.
The K8L is AMD’s upcoming quad core CPU that will consume no more power
than their current dual core solutions at identical speeds. The move to 65nm
manufacturing process will begin with the Opteron and then the Athlon64 line-up
in the next few months. Dr. Kadir emphasized on AMD’s ability to quickly
shift to 42nm process in the future. It seems 65nm AMD Processors are just around
the corner, perhaps in the next one two months we should start seeing them.

amdint  TBreaks Q&A with AMD: 65nm Opterons