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AMD eyes the future

Reeling from heavy losses, company maps out two-year plans for PC and server chips.

Reeling from heavy losses, AMD maps out its two-year plans for PC and server chips at its Technology Analyst Day for analysts and press.

AMD maps out server plans for next two years

Company executives are laying out AMD's plans for the future Thursday, and the server group will have a brand-new architecture for 2009.
July 26, 2007

AMD not 'chasing share for share's sake'

Price wars are never fun, but this one has been even worse for AMD since right now it depends more on the low-end of the PC market than its competitor.
July 26, 2007

Fusion construction project takes shape

Bulldozer and Bobcat are the code names for AMD's Fusion processors, which will integrate the PC processor and the graphics processor in 2009.
July 26, 2007

Chipmaker's manufacturing plans still fuzzy

Earlier this year, AMD promised July would bring more details about the future of its manufacturing strategies, but it doesn't look like that's going to happen.
July 26, 2007

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Faster models will arrive in the fourth quarter; first servers using the chips are due in September.
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