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AMD Bulldozer Architecture Leverages 32nm SOI

Posted on November 24, 2011
In ASN #18, End-User Apps, SOI In Action
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With performance, efficiency, and power optimization as top priorities, AMD’s innovative Bulldozer architecture is built on 32nm SOI. As of the Fall of 2011, AMD is shipping both client and server CPUs based on the new Bulldozer architecture. The first of the new APUs (CPU + GPU) incorporating Bulldozer modules will start shipping in 2012. […]

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AMDFX (Bulldozer) CPU has entered the Guinness World Book of Records

Posted on September 21, 2011
In Industry Buzz
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Overclocked to 8.429 GHz , the AMDFX (Bulldozer) CPU has entered the Guinness World Book of Records for “Highest Frequency of a Computer Processor”. On 32nm SOI from GlobalFoundries, the 8-core FX will launch in Q4 2011, targeting gamers.

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AMD has begun revenue shipments of its new 32nm-SOI “Interlagos” processors

Posted on September 21, 2011
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Calling it “a monumental moment for the industry”, AMD has begun revenue shipments of its new  32nm-SOI  “Interlagos” processors, the first CPUs based on the “Bulldozer” architecture. Fabbed by GlobalFoundries, “Interlagos” is the codename for AMD’s 12- or 16-core 32nm SOI server processor based on the new “Bulldozer” processor core.  It carries the AMD Opteron™ […]

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AMD’s New Fusion APU’s on 32nm SOI

Posted by on January 13, 2011
In Editor's Blog
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The AMD PR folks are calling their new Fusion APUs the era of  “Personal Supercomputing”  – and its flagships are on 32nm SOI   We’ve been hearing about these revolutionary chips for years now – the “Fusion” of graphics chips – GPUs – and CPUs on a single piece of silicon, which they’re referring to as […]

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