AMD Slides which ended up in the paws of IT World show the company is basically treading water this year.
However the plan is a jump in technology with new desktop and mobile CPUs centred on Zen.
This year we will see a second generation FX CPU with up to eight Piledriver CPU cores and the fastest chip AMD has on the market is the AMD FX-9590 with eight cores at 4.70GHz, and the eight-core FX 8370, a 4GHz part.
Later this year will be the "Godavari" line, which is a Kaveri refresh with up to four Steamroller CPU cores, AMD's Graphics Core Next (GCN) GPU technology, HSA features but not full support and AMD TrueAudio. Beema should be its low-end part for 2015 as it has been for all of this year.
In 2016 comes a complete refresh with major die shrinks. The FX will be replaced by Summit Ridge CPU with up to eight Zen cores. The FX CPUs are 32nm so that is a big jump.
Godaveri and Carrizo, will be replaced in 2016 by Bristol Ridge. This processor has up to four Zen CPU cores, a Next Generation GCN engine, HSA 1.0 support, AMD True Audio, AMD Secure processor and a new FM3 socket. Bristol Ridge is 14nm design.
Beema and Carrizo-L will be replaced in 2016 with a 14nm part called Basilisk. This dual core unit will also feature next-gen GCN GPU tech, full HSA 1.0 support, AMD TrueAudio and AMD Secure Processor.
AMD's ultra-low power Amur CPU, based on ARM processor cores, will be replaced in 2016 with a dual core K12 processor called Styx. Amur is based on the current Cortex A57 processor. Styx has a 2 watt power draw of a CPU on "average" conditions.