The website claims the first quad core AMD part will be an Opteron code named Deerhound
and will feature a shared L2 cache 2 channel RDDR2 Socket F, will be
produced using AMD’s 65nm process, and will debut the second half of ’07.
Showing up during the first half of ’08 will be Greyhound -- AMD’s quad core
desktop part with a shared L2 cache and DDR2/3 with HyperTransport
Rounding out AMD’s roadmap for the next 2 years is Zamora; an Opteron with a
shared L3 cache and FB-DIMM support and HyperTransport 3.0. Last, the website claims we will
see Cadiz aimed at the workstation market which has a shared L2 cache and supports
DDR2/3 and HyperTransport 3.0.