FUD Zilla reports AMD is working on a dual-core Fusion processor for ultraportable laptops, the Llana chip is expected to be released in 2011. The chip will feature APM boost technology, the site believes this may be an overclocking technology like Intel's Turbo mode.
As part of Sabine notebook performance platform AMD plans to introduce Llano in 2011. AMD doesn’t give many details about Llano, but it does say that you can expect that the notebook version has two cores, integrated GPU as well as DDR3 support. Llano will also debut in a quad-core version, but it will mainly target some high end notebooks and desktop replacement systems, probably some All-in-one systems as well.