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AMD Brazos platform to target the HD Internet platform

Posted on Saturday, October 16 2010 @ 04:00:46 CEST by


X-bit Labs has some info about AMD's Brazos platform:
It is a rather alarming situation that AMD currently only has about half a dozen of mini-ITX designs several months before the actual product launch. It hardly makes a lot of sense to build low-end desktops in micro-ATX form-factors, as a result, it is crucially important for AMD to get as much different mini-ITX platforms as possible.

In addition to netbooks and low-end notebooks, AMD also hopes to position Brazos platform – which is based on the Zacate or Ontario processors – for nettops and all-in-one PCs. Dual-core Zacate E350 accelerated processing unit (APU)- and ATI Radeon HD 6310 discrete graphics-based desktops will be sold under AMD Vision label. Meanwhile, single-core Zacate E240 chips will power yet unknown platform currently known as “AMD HD Internet”.




 



 

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