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IBM not producing AMD APUs

Posted on Wednesday, February 08 2012 @ 21:55:00 CET by


X-bit Labs received word from AMD that IBM has given some consulting support to GlobalFoundries, but that Big Blue isn't making APUs:
Advanced Micro Devices denied on Tuesday that IBM had started to make chips on contract basis for the company. AMD said that IBM only provided consulting services to Globalfoundries, contract maker of AMD's microprocessors, so that to enable it to boost yields of chips produced using 32nm silicon-on-insulator process technology.

"IBM has given some consulting support to GF, as far as I know they are not producing chips for us," a spokesperson for AMD told X-bit labs.




 



 

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