AMD Eyes Corporate Clients

The chip maker's new desktop platform offers processors, chip sets and graphics geared toward enterprise PCs.
Advanced Micro Devices is taking another shot at the commercial desktop market. The company plans to officially unveil its new desktop platform, formally code-named Perseus, which will include single, dual-, tri- and quad-core microprocessors, a new chip set called the 780V, and optional ATI Radeon discrete graphics.

AMD has lined up several of the top desktop vendors to offer new or refreshed systems with the new platform. Hewlett-Packard will offer two new corporate desktops, the Compaq dc5850 and the dx2450, while Dell will refresh its OptiPlex 740 with AMD processors and an Nvidia chip set. Fujitsu-Siemens, Acer and Lenovo are expected to offer new desktops that use the platform as well.

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