Bulldozing the Competition in 2009
Anh Tuan Huynh
July 26, 2007 4:11 PM
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AMD talks Bulldozer
AMD details "Falcon," a mainstream processor for "Copperhead"
AMD talks details of "Bulldozer," the first completely new architecture since K8
AMD plans to launch its
third-generation Opteron platform
in 2009 with the
octal-core processor. Beneath
approach towards CPUs. M-SPACE allows AMD to mix and match CPU features for specific tasks.
The definition for M-SPACE is as follows:
Modular: Reconfigurable “building blocks” for design speed/agility
Scalable: Linear scaling of multi and single-thread performance
Portable: Energy-efficiency for increased mobility/portability
Accessible: Ongoing commitment to open innovation
Compatible: Backward compatibility and ease of upgrade
Efficient: Optimal on-chip and system level I/O efficiency
eight cores consist of eight AMD
is the name AMD has given to one of the CPU cores for its M-SPACE architecture. AMD claims dramatic performance-per-watt improvements in HPC applications with
, which have evolved from AMD’s K8 architecture,
is a completely new design developed from the ground up.
AMD installs eight
CPU cores in
with a memory control. AMD optimizes the design for servers and raises the performance-per-watt bar for single and multithreaded applications.
The modular M-SPACE technology also finds its way into
. AMD plans to mix and match M-SPACE components for
, a Fusion processor optimized for mobile and mainstream desktops.
forms the basis of AMD’s planned
Copperhead mainstream desktop platform
CPU cores with an integrated graphics processor. The integrated graphics processor features DirectX 10, possibly 11, support with AMD’s Universal Video Decoder, or UVD, technology.
also features integrated PCIe.
In addition to
, AMD has the
CPU core for Fusion processors designed for mobile, ultra-mobile and consumer electronics applications.
is also a completely new design and has greater power scaling capabilities.
-based processor designs can consume as low as one watt of power. AMD has not announced any details of
-powered Fusion processors yet.
Expect AMD to introduce Fusion designs based on
beginning in 2009.
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RE: So we've only got about 18 months . . .
7/27/2007 12:21:55 PM
Basing it on the last "all new" processor that sucked balls. Considering AMD's been sucking balls for a while now, why expect them to change?
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