More money for AMD means more problems

Posted on Saturday, Oct 28 2006 @ 02:57 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
CNET wrote an editorial about AMD:
For the past two years Advanced Micro Devices has made Intel, one of the world's most prominent companies, look bad. Better products and better timing have brought AMD significant market share and prominent new customers like Dell. But Intel is on the comeback with new processor designs better suited for the power-efficient multicore era, and it will beat AMD to the quad-core punch by using a design strategy that makes purists scoff but accountants happy...
Read it over here.


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