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Analysts not excited by AMD Fusion plans

Posted on Monday, July 26 2010 @ 21:06:57 CEST by

FUD Zilla reports analysts are worried about the delays that AMD is facing with its Fusion lineup:
The problem appears to be GlobalFoundries. AMD's manufacturing partner is having all sorts of troubles with its next-generation manufacturing process technology.According to the Statesman analysts are muttering that AMD could be shooting itself in the foot. It quotes Craig Berger, an analyst with FBR Capital Markets who thinks Ontario is not the high-impact chip that analysts hoped AMD would introduce first.While Intel is putting out phenomenal products right now AMD is not in the ballpark on manufacturing process technology.

While it is doing that it ended up spending about $40 million more running its business in the latest quarter than it originally estimated. Roger Kay with Endpoint Technologies Associates said that AMD needs Fusion in the shop to give it a leg up against Intel. They will have better graphics than Intel and better computer processing than Nvidia. Jon Peddie, a graphics technology market analyst, still thinks that Fusion will be worth AMD's four-year wait, but Berger is less happy about it.



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