Advanced Micro Devices has been relatively open in terms of its technology and platform roadmap, however, the firm is extremely tight-lipped about specifications or features of concrete products. Nevertheless, as web-site has published details concerning AMD's quad-core processors be released within the next two years.
According to a part of a slide published at HKEPC web-site, they are code-named Deerhound, Greyhound, Zamora and Cadiz quad-core processors in AMD's roadmap. Except the Greyhound, the chips are intended for dual-processor or multi-processor server as well as workstation markets.
News source: X-bit labs