Last month AMD announced Fusion would be delayed to 2011 and now FUD Zilla heard a rumour that Intel's Havendale has been delayed from the second half of 2009 to Q1 2010. Havendale will be Intel's first processor with integrated graphics, AMD came up with this idea when they bought ATI in 2006 but it even though the chip is delayed, it seems Intel will still beat them by at least a year.
Just as we suggested before, Intel’s Havendale has been pushed to Q1 2010. This means Intel might be having some issues putting a GPU on a CPU, as this task sounds very complicated, and most likely is very complicated.
Intel’s official line is that “Havendale schedule is being adjusted to intercept Q1’2010 retail and business cycles with production beginning in Q4 ’09,” which clearly means that Intel cannot keep its promise to launch this platform in Q4; and it accuses business cycles and bit OEM launches for the delays.