Hexus reports AMD is going to amuse journalists with some more talk about the future 32nm LIano "Fusion" processor during the Intel Developer Forum:
So when sources in the Haight underground told us that AMD's internal discussions at this time are focusing on its 32nm Llano product, we weren't surprised. Llano has been on AMD's CPU roadmap as the eventual manifestation of the APU concept for some time, but it's still not expected until 2011.
It must make AMD feel pretty uncomfortable to see Intel talking about its own fusion products when it still hasn't delivered on its own three-year-old promise, so we would expect AMD to strive even harder to deliver. Having delivered Istanbul a quarter earlier than expected, AMD and Global Foundries seem to have got off to a good start. Nothing would make AMD happier, we expect, than to be able to counter Intel's announcements with its own Fusion news.