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AMD: Fusion to accelerate servers in the years ahead

Posted on Monday, June 14 2010 @ 16:28:53 CEST by

AMD reaffirmed it's developing Fusion solutions for servers:
Advanced Micro Devices reaffirmed on Friday that the so-called accelerated processing units (APUs) – the chips that combine x86 processing cores along with graphics/stream processing engines – will eventually find their place on the market of servers. However, such chips will only be available in years since the lion’s share of server software cannot take advantage of computing capabilities of graphics processing units (GPUs).

“I believe the push for an APU within servers is still to come. It is something AMD is committed to delivering in the years ahead and when the time is right, more info on Fusion APUs for servers will come,” said John Fruehe, the director of product marketing for server/workstation products at AMD.



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