Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Register writes this morning that AMD’s next generation silicon was outed a little earlier than the chip company had planned by a reseller...
on 03/25/2010 – Made popular on 03/25/2010
Channel Register: "Ohio computer components reseller Provantage accidentally let slip pricing information for the forthcoming "Magny-Cours" eight- and 12-core Opteron 6100 series of processors for two- and four-socket boxes"
If it wasn’t immediately obvious to you, Intel thinks the future of the systems business is weaving interconnection fabrics onto server processors – thus consolidating yet another component of the data center onto the processor and bringing to bear Chipzilla’s wafer etching process advantages on that unified chip.
Every generation has issues with the generation that proceeds them. They don’t like their music or entertainment. They don’t understand their ways of communicating. They believe the younger generation doesn’t have the same interests, goals or work ethic.
Synapse Design is a company responsible for AMDs chip floor designs. Synapse recently announced new GPU tapeouts, including two 28HPM silicons (this was discovered at Anandtech forums).
The first one is relatively large chip, 500 sq.mm+. The 28HPM is as powerful as 20nm SoC architecture, so this might be the new Radeon flagship GPU.
Yesterday we showed you some leaked pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini, due for release at some point this month. We now have some more information on the device, as we now know that it will be run by the Exynos 5210 chip.