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AMD talks about server plans

Posted on Friday, December 18 2009 @ 06:43:32 CET by

AMD director of product marketing for the company's server division John Fruehe shared his thoughts about the present and future of the server business, you can read it at Hexus.
"In my 17 years in the server business, I've never been more excited about an upcoming year as I am for 2010 because of how we are targeting that volume market," writes Fruehe in a blog post.

He goes on to say that because the top half of the volume market is driven by scalability and performance, as well as by virtualisation, database, business and compute intensive applications, the more cores and memory channels the better, as "price/performance-per-watt is now king."

Fruehe says that with the firm's Opteron 6000 Series platform AMD is planning to introduce "aggressive and scalable 2P systems to tackle the top of the volume market, along with a new category of 4P servers."



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