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Thursday, 28 June 2007 11:09

Fusion can go to mobile phones

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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DCC 2007: UMPC and smaller devices


Yesterday AMD VP said a bit about Fusion and for the first time he said that Fusion can be used for digital phones and other small multimedia devices.

This is suppose to be quite small processor to include GPU and CPU at the same die naturaly developed in 45 nanometre or smaller.


AMD calls this customer centric solution whatever that means. In short AMD is focused to take as much money from its costumers, that should be the case.

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