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Old 10th November 2010, 16:13   #1
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Default Apple to embrace AMD Fusion?

AMD has announced that Apple is planning to embrace its new Fusion platform for its future desktop and notebook systems.

During an AMD Financial Analyst Day presentation, Senior VP and Chief Sales Officer Emilio Ghilardi spilled the beans on this quite interesting development. In a series of Fusion APU slides, Ghilardi also showed slide number 7, which clearly named Apple as one of the many Fusion partners. Ghilardi did not comment the slides, saying merely: "I'll flash through them very quickly."


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