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AMD gooses Opteron to 3 gigahertz

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Advanced Micro Devices has begun quietly selling new 3GHz versions of its dual-core Opteron server processor, the 2222 SE and 8222 SE, which feature higher performance but consume up to 120 watts compared to 95...

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IBM, AMD to deepen Opteron ties

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IBM and Advanced Micro Devices are expected to announce an alliance, August 1st at a New York event featuring Hector Ruiz, AMD's chief executive, and Susan Whitney, head of IBM's x86 server group, that will...

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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...

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AMD Replacing Faulty Opteron Chips

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Advanced Micro Devices is trying to track down and replace as many as 3,000 faulty Opteron processors that could produce "inconsistent results" under an unusual circumstance. The potential problem affects a number of single-core...

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Advanced Micro Devices denied on Tuesday rumours spread by a web-site regarding cancellation of production of AMD Opteron processors for servers and workstation designed for desktop-oriented 939-pin infrastructure. The company said it would continue to...

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Sun introduced its new "industry-standard" 64-bit server line today in New York City. The company hopes that its new AMD based server series will compete with server market giants Dell and Hewlett-Packard. Sun...

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is rolling out a low-power 64-bit Opteron processor that company officials said is ideal for dense platforms such as blade servers. At the Server Blade Summit 2005 in Santa Clara, Calif.,...

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AMD has announced three new 64-bit Opteron processors for servers, boosting top speeds to 2.6 GHz and increasing HyperTransport bus performance to 1 GHz. The new models also incorporate the SSE3 software instructions Intel previously...

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Advanced Micro Devices plans to announce on Monday technology that will help its server processors run cooler when idle, a feature that could help customers grapple with electricity and air-conditioning costs. Processor...

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On the first birthday of AMD's Opteron, Hewlett-Packard has become the first major vendor to offer a four-processor server based on the 64-bit chip. HP's new ProLiant DL585 is a 4U, Opteron-powered sister...

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Hewlett-Packard Co., IBM and Sun Microsystems Inc. have all jumped onto the Opteron bandwagon. Dell Inc. remains the only top-tier server maker yet to adopt the 64-bit processor. However, if Hector de Ruiz (AMD CEO)...

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Advanced Micro Devices has gone from an afterthought among server customers to the darling of the enterprise world in just a year. The company's Opteron chip has opened the doors of corporate server rooms for...

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AMD Optimizes Opteron

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has persuaded three more top OEMs to use the Opteron, but it has a long way to go in persuading many big-enterprise customers to switch from systems that use Intel Corp....

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Dell Computer Corp. has no plans to develop Opteron servers "today," contradicting a French report that Dell officials said misquoted founder Michael Dell. French IT publication o1net quoted Micahel Dell as saying, "Quant à savoir...

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Hewlett-Packard plans to announce Tuesday that it is developing products based on the Opteron processor from Advanced Micro Devices, say sources familiar with the company's plans. The announcement comes one week after Intel announced plans...

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One of the world's most known memory experts – Transcend – released its new registered PC3200 memory modules for server applications in general and AMD Opteron-powered solutions in particular. Transcend's new 1GB PC3200 memory modules...

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