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AMD 64-bit Seattle ARM CPUs slated for late 2014

Posted on Friday, April 18 2014 @ 12:08:28 CEST by


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AMD revealed that "Seattle", its 64-bit ARM based chips for the server market, have started sampling and should be ready for launch by the end of the year. However, it will still take quite a bit longer to see them appear in any SeaMicro Fabric Compute Systems.
"We have introduced Seattle, our first 64-bit ARM server processor and the industry's first at 28nm technology, positioning AMD as the only SoC provider to bridge the x86 and ARM ecosystems for server applications," he said. "We are excited to announce that we have started sampling Seattle last quarter and plan to ship in the fourth quarter of 2014."

"There's been a lot of customer interest around Seattle," said AMD's SVP and GM of global business units Lisa Su, also on the call, "certainly for the server guys, the hyperscale guys, and even some adjacent markets."

The two most important things that AMD is working on in the run-up to Seattle's release, Su said, are platform development and software development – but AMD is making no promises about how much Seattle is going to bring to the company's bottom line.
Source: The Register


 



 

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