AnandTech takes a closer look at the details AMD provided about the upcoming Bulldozer architecture, you can check it out over here. Here's a snip:
A single Bulldozer core will appear to the OS as two cores, just like a Hyper Threaded Core i7. The difference is that AMD is duplicating more hardware in enabling per-core multithreading. The integer resources are all doubled, including the schedulers and d-caches. It’s only the FP resources that are shared between the threads. The benefit is you get much better multithreaded integer performance, the downside is a larger core.
And that's the last AMD post for today. The company's presentation confirmed expectations that 2010 won't be too exciting, as all the juicy stuff won't arrive until 2011.