According to rumors, AMD is getting ready to unveil A-Series Fusion "Trinity" accelerated processing units (APUs) for desktop systems to compete with Intel's Ivy Bridge silicon.
on 08/14/2012 – Made popular on 08/14/2012
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has quietly hired John Bruno, the former AMD (NYSE: AMD) hotshot notable for his work on the Trinity APUs (AMD’s second generation A series Accelerated Processing Units), as its new system architect, according to published reports.
In November 2011, Bruno got riffed out of AMD in the chipmaker’s 10 percent workforce cut, which obviously cost it some top flight talent, but whil
Business-class "Trinity" APUs would offer a 24-month planned lifecycle from launch, feature support for technologies such as AMD-V virtualization, and have better energy-efficiencies than consumer hardware.
AMD (NYSE: AMD) rolled out its first-ever FirePro Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), the A300 and A320, for entry-level and mainstream desktop workstations, aimed at users requiring high-performance computing horsepower and graphics such as computer-aided design (CAD) and media and entertainment professionals. Will the FirePro A300 and A320 APUs attractive workstation integrators and OEMs?
AMD announced three additions to its E- and C-Series & Fusion& APUs: the 1GHz C-60, the 1.3GHz E-300, and the 1.65GHz E-450. All offer & all-day battery life,& DisplayPort++ and HDMI 1.4a support, and the ability to use 1333MHz DDR3 memory, while the C-60 and E-450 add a new Turbo mode....