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Thursday, 15 November 2007 17:57

AMD can deliver hundreds of thousands of Phenoms in 2007

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Warsaw AMD event: Director confirms


AMD's Director of Business Development for Consumer in Europe, Middle East and Africa, Vincenzo Pistillo has confirmed that AMD plans to ship hundreds of thousands of Phenom CPUs in 2007.


We know that the number is larger than a few hundred thousand, but smaller than a million, and at this point AMD doesn't expect any shortages. The CPUs should be announced at some point next week and they will be widely available.


Dresden FAB is up and running and producing these CPUs and there is no expectations of any shortages. So, whatever AMD launches will be readily available.

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