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AMD bridges road to ARM with new low-power x86 server chips

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Advanced Micro Devices had no plans to release low-power x86 server chips until the release of its ARM-based servers in 2014, but sagging server fortunes have changed the company's direction....
AMD bridges road to ARM with new low-power x86 server chips

Has Intel crushed AMD?

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The scrappy chipmaker has plenty of life left - but mistakes have cost it dearly. AMD's manufacturing facility in Dresden isn't yet producing enough quad-core chips to boost the bottom line. Photo: Sven Doering/AMD If you'd like to beat up on Advanced Micro Devices CEO Hector Ruiz, now would appear...
Has Intel crushed AMD?

Toshiba's new Satellite laptops to use upcoming Intel, AMD chips

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Toshiba on Tuesday announced Satellite laptops starting at US$399 that will have upcoming processors from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices, which are due to become available in the next few months....
Toshiba's new Satellite laptops to use upcoming Intel, AMD chips

AMD prays for Black Friday surprise

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AMD's chips are often found in low-cost PCs, which means executives can't get a true sense of fourth-quarter sales until after Black Friday. Image: AMD Based on Intel's dramatic sales warning Wednesday, you might expect rival Advanced Micro Devices to just crawl into a hole and die. If the economic...
AMD prays for Black Friday surprise
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Who Would Buy AMD? A Tough Question With No Easy Answers

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With the chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices once again on the ropes and about to make some significant cuts its personnel, and chatter about a major restructuring in the works, the rumor mills will inevitably turn once again to the speculation about who if anyone might interested in buying it. It...
Who Would Buy AMD? A Tough Question With No Easy Answers

AMD's new FirePro processors include CPUs, GPUs

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Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday launched new FirePro processors that include CPUs and graphics processors, a change from previous FirePro chips that only had graphics processors....
AMD's new FirePro processors include CPUs, GPUs

Fitch Downgrades AMD Debt From "Meh" to "Almost Hopeless"

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Times have been tough at chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices, but they just got a little bit tougher. Fitch, the debt ratings agency, just sent word that it has downgraded AMD’s long-term debt to CCC from a B. For context, a B rating indicates debt that is considered two notches below...
Fitch Downgrades AMD Debt From "Meh" to "Almost Hopeless"

A financial edge from edgy PC design (Photos 1-7)

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UN-PC. When is a PC not just a PC? When it looks like nothing you've seen before. Check out how some of the boldest companies, including Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), Dell (DELL) and Apple (AAPL) are offering designs that defy convention while still packing Intel (INTC), Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) or Microsoft...
A financial edge from edgy PC design (Photos 1-7)
AMD’s 1-gigahertz Cape Verde graphics chips will bring extreme performance to mid-range computers

AMD buys SeaMicro, enters server hardware business

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Advanced Micro Devices announced Wednesday it is buying low-power server vendor SeaMicro, a surprise move that puts AMD in the systems business and disrupts Intel by acquiring one of its close partners....
AMD buys SeaMicro, enters server hardware business

Cloud Paging Startup Numecent Emerges from Stealth, Spins Off Gaming Startup Approxy

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When you think about the way cloud computing works, there’s a logical progression to it, which when taken to a logical extreme looks a little like this. First your data migrates to the cloud, and you interact with it via software that runs locally on your own machine. Then your...
Cloud Paging Startup Numecent Emerges from Stealth, Spins Off Gaming Startup Approxy
ReadWrite DeathWatch: AMD
AMD CEO fears PC market to stay sluggish for several quarters

x86 chip sales drop sharply in Q3

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Intel gained PC microprocessor market share over Advanced Micro Devices during the third quarter, but worldwide shipments of x86 chips declined at rates not seen in more than a decade, according to Mercury Research....
x86 chip sales drop sharply in Q3

Exclusive: Intel CEO Paul Otellini on Windows 8, the Tablet Market and Competing With ARM

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Windows 8 represents a new kind of Windows release for Intel both in terms of the opportunities to expand into new markets as well as the threats posed to the chipmaker’s core PC processor business. On the one hand, the chipmaker sees the new Microsoft operating system as a way...
Exclusive: Intel CEO Paul Otellini on Windows 8, the Tablet Market and Competing With ARM

AMD beats expectations but accounting write-off leads to a huge $590M net loss

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Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices reported today that its first quarter results beat expectations, but the company had a big loss of $590 million. While AMD is very competitive with its product line-up, the results show that it’s not easy to stay in the unending war with Intel, the world’s...
AMD beats expectations but accounting write-off leads to a huge $590M net loss

AMD Posts $590 Million Loss

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. swung to a first-quarter loss as the chip maker continued to bear costs related to its spun-off foundry business, though its core earnings improved. The company has weathered a series of problems lately, particularly chip shortages stemming from manufacturing problems at Globalfoundries, the company formed by...
AMD Posts $590 Million Loss

AMD spells out Windows 8 tablet strategy

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Advanced Micro Devices has a Windows 8 tablet strategy predicated on new power-efficient chips....
AMD spells out Windows 8 tablet strategy

EU: Intel gave improper kickbacks to crush AMD

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European regulators said Friday that Intel (INTC) gave computer makers improper payments to use its chips instead of those from rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), and that Intel selectively slashed prices to keep AMD from winning big contracts. Intel defended its pricing actions, saying they have been good for customers...
EU: Intel gave improper kickbacks to crush AMD

AMD-SeaMicro Deal Shows Strange Server Bedfellows

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Companies that need to catch up to competitors sometimes try what seem like odd ideas. The deal by chip maker Advanced Micro Devices to buy server maker SeaMicro seems to fit the pattern, and it isn’t the only option that was considered. People familiar with the matter say that AMD...
AMD-SeaMicro Deal Shows Strange Server Bedfellows

AMD Undercutting Intel's Ultrabook on Price With New Trinity Chips

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Advanced Micro Devices hopes to provide thin-and-light laptops that are less expensive but equally speedy to Intel's ultrabooks with its new A-series chips......
AMD Undercutting Intel's Ultrabook on Price With New Trinity Chips

AMD cuts sales forecast, blames weak economy

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Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday cut its revenue forecast for the third quarter, saying a challenging economy hit demand for all its products....
AMD cuts sales forecast, blames weak economy

AMD Shares Fall After Earnings Report

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Shares of chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices fell by nearly 6 percent after hours after it reported quarterly earnings that were slightly ahead of expectations and which included guidance for revenue that was slightly higher than expectations. AMD reported a 13-cent per-share loss versus the 17 cents analyst had expected. Revenue...
AMD Shares Fall After Earnings Report

AMD "Exploring Options" Including Breakup, Sale

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Shares of the chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices are up by more than 14 percent on a report by Reuters saying that the company has hired JPMorgan to “explore options” that could include a disposition of its patents or an outright sale. The news can’t come as too much of a...
AMD "Exploring Options" Including Breakup, Sale

AMD and ARM Team Up, Signaling Chip Market Changes

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Many forces are changing the world of microchips, and longtime distinctions between commercial friends and foes. Advanced Micro Devices and ARM Holdings are serving up more proof....
AMD and ARM Team Up, Signaling Chip Market Changes

Intel Hits Ultra-Low Power Point For Server Chips

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Intel has seemed a little ambivalent about growth prospects for an emerging class of computers dubbed micro servers. If they do take off, though, Intel plans to have just the chips for them. The company, at gathering in Beijing, unveiled plans for a calculating engine for such machines based on...
Intel Hits Ultra-Low Power Point For Server Chips

Apple in advanced discussions to adopt AMD chips

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Intel has served as Apple's sole source for the microprocessors used in its notebook and desktop personal computers since the company began its transition away from PowerPC in 2006, but that may soon change given the company's recent talks with Intel's chief CPU rival Advanced Micro Devices....
Apple in advanced discussions to adopt AMD chips

Intel Challenges Record-Setting $1.4 Billion EU Antitrust Fine

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Chipmaker Intel went to court in Luxembourg today to try to overturn a $1.45 billion antitrust fine imposed by European Union regulators in 2009, according to Reuters. The EU imposed the penalty — its largest ever — after finding that Intel had used anticompetitive tactics against rival Advanced Micro Devices....
Intel Challenges Record-Setting $1.4 Billion EU Antitrust Fine

ARM and X86 Could Coexist in Data Centers, Says Calxeda

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ARM processors could potentially coexist with x86 processors from Intel or Advanced Micro Devices in server environments, with the use case being similar to CPUs......
ARM and X86 Could Coexist in Data Centers, Says Calxeda
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