One of the things he said is that AMD wants to give consumers more power at less power:
In fact, he pledged that AMD would double the amount of cores on a chip and reduce the power by 50 per cent at the same time, postulating what might be termed Amato's Law.Giuseppe also announced AMD plans to keep its chips backwards compatible for at least three years.
We suggest it may last about six months.
He also blasted the "competition" for producing marketing slides that are "misleading the market", on the hard numbers between Barcelona and Clovertown.
All that remains is to see some systems working. We were promised a working Barcelona system soon.