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AMD has no new CPU architecture for at least 18 months

Posted on Tuesday, September 09 2014 @ 10:44:51 CEST by


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The last couple of years AMD failed to keep up with Intel and it looks like the company's competitiveness isn't going to improve anytime soon. In an interview with Bloomberg, AMD CEO Rory Read confirmed that his company won't be rolling out any new chip designs for the next 18 months. Read says this will be one of the bumps in the road for AMD as the company will have to rely on dated technology until well into 2016 whereas its competitors are rolling out new generations at a much quicker pace.
Previously AMD said that it would introduce processors based on its own ARMv8-compatible micro-architecture in 2016. AMD is also expected to unveil central processing units based on its new high-performance x86 micro-architecture in 2016. The company itself has not officially confirmed plans for a new high-performance x86 core.

“AMD engineers are now proving they can deliver new designs on time, something that didn’t happen in the past,” said Mr. Read.
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Source: KitGuru



 



 

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