AMD will bring out processors by early next year that appear to be much more competitive with Intel offerings.
Company has a new integrated graphics chipset that can run DirectX10 games, and it's also nearing the day when its 45-nanometer chips are available.
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Shanghai--targeted at servers--will be AMD's first 45-nanometer processor. Company insists it won't make the same mistakes as it did with the Barcelona processor.