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Thanks to the impact of recent job cuts, AMD (AMD -1.7%) is pushing back the launch of its...

Thanks to the impact of recent job cuts, AMD (AMD -1.7%) is pushing back the launch of its Radeon 8000 GPU line to Q213 from Q4, sources tell Digitimes. The 8000 chips, which succeed the 7000 line (Southern Islands), are seen as pivotal to AMD's efforts to take back GPU share lost this year to Nvidia's (NVDA +0.5%) GeForce 600 line (Kepler). Digitimes also claims Nvidia will release its Tegra 4 app processor in 1H13, and an integrated baseband/app processor in 2H - the latter is badly needed to compete against Qualcomm's Snapdragon line.
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