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AMD open to integrating 3rd party IP in future SoCs

Posted on Friday, February 03 2012 @ 22:42:37 CET by


AnandTech noticed AMD revealed at its Financial Analyst Day that it plans to integrate 3rd party IP in its future SoCs:
Don't expect AMD to go into much detail on this here at the Financial Analyst Day, but the slide above shows a definite step towards becoming a modern SoC company. Looking at TI, Qualcomm, NVIDIA and even Intel, integrating 3rd party IP into an SoC isn't unusual - particularly when competing in the ultra mobile space. AMD wants the same flexibility. Going forward, if AMD is successful, we will see SoCs based on AMD technologies that are combined with 3rd party IP. In theory this could come in the form of anything from a video decoder/encoder block to an ARM based CPU/GPU.




 



 

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