AMD today announced a new serie of value desktop and notebook processors called AMD Sempron. The Sempron is developed to meet the evolving needs of home and business PC users.
“AMD is changing the name of the game for everyday computing. We have responded to evolving customer needs with a compelling solution that delivers the performance needed for today’s applications,” said Marty Seyer, vice president and general manager, Microprocessor Business Unit, AMD. “The AMD Sempron brand is expected to carry on our tradition to always strive to provide our customers more value.”
More details about AMD’s new mobile and desktop processors will be forthcoming in the second half of 2004. Shipments of the AMD Sempron and Mobile AMD Sempron processors are scheduled to begin during the second half of 2004.
AMD Athlon 64 processors will continue to be offered for outstanding 32-bit performance, capability for tomorrow’s 64-bit applications, and Enhanced Virus Protection in conjunction with the upcoming Windows XP Service Pack 2. Likewise, AMD Athlon XP processors for desktop PCs and Mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processors will continue to be offered for those customers seeking advanced functionality and performance for mainstream home and office computing
AMD launches new value type processor, the AMD Sempron
Posted on Monday, Jun 07 2004 @ 16:38 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck