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|11th January 2010, 13:30||#1|
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AMD prepping triple-core mobile CPUs
In need of more wins in the mobile segment, AMD is planning to introduce tri-core processors as an alternative to the dual-core/quad-core pats available in the market.
Currently AMD is only selling single- and dual-core CPUs for laptops but, as of later this year, the company will be rolling out the 'Danube' platform which will make use of dual-, three- and quad-core processors.
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