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Old 20th May, 2007, 05:30 PM
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AMD and Intel: It takes a platform

John Spooner

There’s a story behind the story of AMD’s Puma notebook PC platform, unveiled today. It’s about behind-the-scenes collaboration. After hearing about Puma’s development first hand, I believe that on both engineering and marketing levels, AMD has begun reshaping its approach to the PC market by taking advantage of the ability for its processor designers to collaborate with ATI chipset engineers.

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Old 21st May, 2007, 06:31 PM
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And Intel's new platforms proliferate. I bet AMD wishes there was a non-Proliferation Agreement. Heck, I do too! Or better, an entrancing AMD blueprint for the future.
When the world will be better.
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