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2007-05-16 Discrete GPUs deliver immersive visual experience
The ATI Radeon HD 2000 series offered by AMD is a top-to-bottom line of ten discrete graphics processors for both desktop and mobile platforms
2011-11-25 TSMC to benefit from AMD's changes in strategy
Online reports have surfaced suggesting the company could scrap its 28nm APU production at Globalfoundries in order to move the manufacturing to TSMC.
2010-05-28 Intel moves further away from discrete GPUs
Intel has all but abandoned plans to release a high-performance stand-alone graphics processor, but will continue to develop multicore Larrabee architecture for the HPC market.
2013-11-14 AMD outs sol'ns for heterogeneous computing apps
The firm released a unified SDK, an improved CodeXL tool suite with added features and support for the latest AMD hardware, and added heterogeneous acceleration in popular OS libraries
2015-06-18 AMD debuts 2.5D high bandwidth memory stack
The Radeon R9 300 series, a high-end graphics card that uses DRAM chip stacks to give more memory bandwidth, is based on AMD's Fiji GPUs and HBM chip stacks from SK Hynix
2011-06-16 AMD merges x86, graphics cores in new A series
AMD's A series is a family of three 32nm chips that use two to four of the Stars x86 cores and pack an updated graphics core with three to five SIMD units supporting Microsoft DirectX 11 APIs
2007-07-10 AMD GPUs deliver immersive HD video to PCs
AMD's ATI Radeon HD 2600 and ATI Radeon HD 2400 GPUs support Windows Vista with DirectX 10 graphics and built-in multimedia functions for an immersive HD video experience on the PC
2013-08-23 CPUs, GPUs ready for high-end gaming, compute intensive apps
The latest computing platforms from AMD include quad-core and dual-core CPUs scaling from 2.2GHz to 3.2GHz with TDP ranging from 17 to 35W for applications that require high performance x86 compute
2010-08-04 GPU shipments increase as notebooks keep growing
Overall shipments of graphics chips increased by four percent from Q1 10 even as shipments of discrete GPUs for desktops fell 21.4 percent, reports Jon Peddie Research
2013-08-28 Is a single-chip SoC processor what you need?
Find out when, where and why embedded developers should consider a single-chip SoC processor as alternative to a general-purpose microcontroller.
2011-01-04 Virtualization software for Sandy Bridge
LucidLogix Technologies launched Virtu, software designed specifically to support Sandy Bridge processors in working with external GPUs
2008-03-19 Intel poised to take on Nvidia, ATI in GPU arena
Intel has announced that, in line with its plans to enter the high-end graphics market next year with the release of the Larrabee processor, its software development tools will take the platform above products from competitors Nvidia and AMD's ATI Technologies
2013-08-19 Graphics chip shipments shows positive QoQ growth
AMD overall unit shipments increased 10.9 per cent QoQ, Intel increased 6.2 per cent and Nvidia decreased by eight per cent, according to Jon Peddie Research
2011-09-28 GPU features multidisplay support
AMD's Radeon E6460 GPU delivers multidisplay support and offers longevity and ease of design needed by embedded systems designers
2011-11-25 WD overcomes Hitachi acquisition hurdle
WD must now look for a buyer to sell its 3.5in disk drive business unit and production plant in order to pass the regulatory obstacles of its bid to buy Hitachi.
2010-06-17 Intel gears 50-core processor for high-end computing
Intel announced plans for many-core processors targeting high-end computing and claims that its Many Integrated Core architecture would help accelerate highly parallel applications.
2008-07-07 Nvidia struggles amid product delays, lost share
There's more bad news for Nvidia, including product delays, unforeseen price cuts and lost share. It said it would cover anticipated warranty, repair, return, replacement and other costs arising from a weak die/packaging material in select devices.
2008-03-28 Nvidia leads list of early Vista driver crashes
According to a list of driver crashes in Vista compiled by Microsoft that was unsealed by U.S. District Judge Marsha J. Pechman in late February, Nvidia was responsible for nearly 29 percent of all such crashes.
2009-02-20 Is mindshare shifting from CPU to GPU? Intel to Nvidia?
Will the world's PC consumers in the future believe Nvidia-style graphics is the true core of the PC or Intel's CPU-plus-reasonably-good-GPU vision?
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