While we are still waiting on open-source support for the AMD
Radeon HD 6000 series of graphics cards that were released last month,
today AMD is releasing their initial open-source support for their
Ontario hardware. AMD's Ontario is their low-powered Fusion processor
designed for use in netbooks and other such devices. This dual-core chip
with integrated Radeon HD 6250 graphics is only starting to ship now,
but the open-source support for this first AMD Fusion chip is now
available to Linux users, complete with 3D support.