AMD and Intel pushing embedded market

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 13 2007 @ 05:59 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes writes both AMD and Intel are actively pushing their products in the embedded market:
Among the processors that AMD currently plans to offer under its embedded lineup include its Opteron server series processors, Athlon 64 X2 and Athlon 64 series desktop processors, and Turion 64 X2, Turion 64 and Sempron mobile processors. AMD's inclusion of these processors under its embedded lineup will give IPC makers more choices to chose from that just the Geode series, according to Taiwan-based IPC makers.

Intel, is focusing its embedded product lineup on the telecommunication server and blade server market, according to the sources. According to Intel's current plans, high-end servers will still use the Bensley platform, while dual processor (DP) blade servers will be switching to the DP Cranberry Lake platform in the later half of 2007, added the sources.

UP (Uni-processor) blade servers, in which Intel used Core 2 Duo and Core Duo mobile series processors, will start to use the UP Cranberry Lake platform, while Core 2 Duo and Core Duo mobile series will go into the low-power embedded market in the later half of 2007, added the sources...

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