AMD Plans First “Fusion” Chips on 32nm SOI Process Technology
AMD is planning to launch its first “Fusion” chips using the 32nm silicon-on-insulator (SOI) process technology, according to a recent news-article at Xbitlabs.
“We will have CPUs, so-called Fusion parts, on 32nm SOI in the next-generation and the bulk CMOS [fabrication process] we are evaluating for subsequent generation. [...] For the generations beyond 32nm, we are evaluating our choices, as we do for every generation,” said Dirk Meyer, the company’s CEO during a conference call with financial analysts.According to AMD’s latest roadmap, its first APU (accelerated processing unit) is codenamed as Llano as a solution for the entry-level market, boasting up to four Shanghai/Phenom II-class cores, combined with 4MB of L3 cache, PC3-12800 (DDR3 1600MHz) memory controller and a DirectX 11-capable graphics core.
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