More on AMD: Though Seattle is dominating headlines, the company remains committed to the x86...


More on AMD: Though Seattle is dominating headlines, the company remains committed to the x86 server CPU market. Berlin, an x86 CPU platform due in Q114, will feature 4 cores based on AMD's next-gen Steamroller architecture, and will be offered as both a CPU and APU (integrated graphics), with the APUs being the first to offer uniform memory access for the chip's CPU and GPU. AMD promises big improvements in performance/watt. Also due in Q114 is Warsaw, an enterprise-class offering said to be ideal for Facebook's Open Compute Platform (previous). AMD has been bleeding share to Intel in the x86 server CPU space (PR)

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