AMD's mobile processor roadmap

Posted on Sunday, Jun 12 2005 @ 17:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Here's a look at AMD's roadmap for mobile processors for this year, next year and 2007. It seems that the mobile platform, just like the desktop platform, will get a new 65nm core in 2007 with support for DDR3 and a larger, shared cache.

Models H1 '05 H2 '05 2006 2007
Mobile Athlon 64 Newark
(90nm SOI, SSE3, Socket 754, 62W TDP)
  Trinidad
(90nm SOI, Socket M2, Dual Core, DDR2, Pacifica Virtualization, Presidio Security, 62W TDP)
New Core
(
65nm SOI, DDR3, 35-62W TDP, Larger/Shared Cache)
Turion 64
(Mobile Athlon 64 Low Voltage)
Lancaster
(90nm SOI, SSE3, Socket 754, 25-35W TDP)
ML-37 / ML-34 / ML-32 / ML-30
MT-34 / MT-32 / MT-30
MT-40 / MT-42 Taylor
(90nm SOI, Socket M1 638, Dual Core, DDR2, Pacifica Virtualization, Presidio Security, 35W TDP)
Mobile Sempron Georgetown
(90nm SOI)
Albany
(90nm SOI)
 
Mobile Sempron Low Voltage   Roma
(90nm SOI)
 


Source: VR-Zone


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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