Now comes the hard part for Advanced Micro Devices. It has to compete with Intel on the merits of its products.
After settling with Intel and walking away with $1.25 billion, how competitive is AMD's silicon? Some experts weigh in.
Two analysts that follow Intel and AMD said separately that AMD won't be competitive until 2011--at the earliest.
"The only chance for reaching any kind of parity is in 2011. They don't have anything on the roadmap until then," said Ashok Kumar, an analyst at Northeast Securities. In the interim, AMD will get by … Read more