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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 13:31

Puma to run on Turion (X2) Ultra

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 08: 64 bit


We just
witnessed that Puma will end up working with AMD Turion Ultra 64 bit, AMD Radeon Premium graphics and WiFi.

At least now we have some more details a of this interesting marchitecture, and as we said, it will launch around Computex, probably at Computex. Notebooks are getting more and more important and AMD knows it.

The company claims over 100 design wins and this sounds like a possible success story for AMD. AMD didn't do well in the notebook market, apart from the entry level, and we are sure that Puma has a chance to continue this success. Fighting Centrino is a tough task.


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